Corps of Military Police

Cap Badge of the Corps of Military Police (King George VI)
Soldier Details:
Surname: Muttock
Initials:   C.J.
Rank:   Lance Corporal
Army No.:  1085441
Notes:   CMP. 102 Pro Coy. Enlisted in the Royal Artillery, 549 Coast Regiment, transferred to CMP. 27/9/45 Died. He was born in Norfolk and resided in Norwich. War Diary, DPM B Echelon, HQ 1 Corps, WO 171/4027. 27/9/45 L/Cpl Muttock of 102 Pro Coy murdered at Bochum by Belgian Troops whilst investigating cases of robbery under arms. War Diary 102 Pro Coy, WO 171/7819. 27/9/45 Information received that L/Cpl Muttock had been killed whilst in the execution of his military duties. 29/9/45 L/Cpl Muttock 's funeral, full military honours. Casualty List 1886, Western Europe, Died, 27/9/1945. Casualty List 1949 corrections, Casualty List 1540, Casualty to the following Soldier whose name appeared on previous List with date of casualty incorrectly reported, occurred on date as now shown, previous List 1886/4, 26/9/1945. Inscription on gravestone: On that happy Easter morning, father, sister, sons and Mother meet once again. Cyril James Muttock. L/CPL Muttock is remembered on the Old Costessey War Memorial,

Casualty Details:
Date Killed: 27th September 1945
Company: 102 PRO COY
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