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David Harry Greenfield


1919/11/10 - Born Stockbridge, Hampshire

Son of George and Edith Greenfield

(David was named after his father's brother who was killed in action 1914/10/21 at Ypres)

Occupation Butcher and Motor Driver Mechanic


David was a keen cyclist


Royal Artillery

144 Bty., 35 Lt. A.A. Regt. 


Japanese PoW

1942/03/15 - Captured Java

Japanese Index Card - Side One


Japanese index Card - Side Two


Transported from Java to Singapore

1942/10/18 - Left Changi with the 600 Gunners Party on the Kenkon Maru

Commander Lt-Col. J. Bassett, R.A., 35 L.A.A..

Japanese notified Red Cross that the Kenkon Maru was missing at sea which was found after the war to be false

David died with 517 other gunners at Ballale Island, the remains of those found are laid to rest at 12 mile north of Port Moresby, Papua New Guinea.

Full story of 600 Gunners party



Age 23


(The correct date of death not known)


Loved Ones

Son of George and Edith Greenfield



Singapore Memorial-3

Column 19.




Martin Mitchell

600 Gunners Party

‘What Price Bushido’ by Alf ‘ Blakie’ Baker

KEW:- WO 392/24, WO 345/21, WO 361/777, WO 361/774, WO 361/1764, WO 361/2185,


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