Corps of Military Police

Cap Badge of the Corps of Military Police (King George V)
Soldier Details:
Surname: Moulding
Initials:   T.
Rank:   Lance Corporal
Army No.:  P/5533
Notes:   MMP. Awarded the Victory and War Medals. First served abroad (1) France, 9/1/16. Formerly Gnr. Royal Field Artillery No. 90331. He was born and enlisted in Axminster and resided in Truro. Army Registers of Soldiers' Effects: Died, Illness, 21 Casualty Clearing Station, 2/8/1919 father Alfred received £4, 6/3/1919 received £2-06-04, 7/12/1919 received £7-00-11. Info from pension index card: Thomas Moulding, No. P/5533, L/Cpl, MMP, 24/2/1919 died from broncho pneumonia on active service, guardian Mrs G Stoot, 12 Carley Terrace, Truro, Cornwall, 8/9/1919 who received 12/- per week pension. Info from Widows' Pension Sheet W F 25. P/5533, A/L/Cpl. Thomas Moulding, MMP. First enlisted 27/1/1908, died 24/2/1919 from broncho pneumonia with BEF, France (Germany). 28/10/1918 his wife died leaving a child Thomas Stephen, born 2/7/1916 whose guardian Miss Ethel Stoot, 12 Carlew Terrace, Truro, Cornwall received a pension of 12/- for 1 child. Thomas Moulding.

Casualty Details:
Date Killed: 24th February 1919
Company: MMP 34TH DIV
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