The Greenfield War Memorial commemorates those men of the area who died in the First and Second World Wars. It stands in the Memorial Gardens on the
corner of Dock Road and Bagillt Road.
A Roll of Honour is displayed in Holy Trinity Church. The church also contains the Courtaulds War Memorial which commemorates those men who worked at the former local Courtaulds rayon and nylon factory and died in the Second World War.
Greenfield (Welsh: Maes Glas) is a suburb of Holywell, on the Dee Estuary in Flintshire. Between 1974 and 1996 it was in the county of Clwyd.
|Rank, Name &
|12 Apr 1943||28||Son of Pte. Frederick Abbotts, North Staffordshire Regt. (killed in action in France, 13 Oct 1915), & of Mary Ann Abbotts, of Halkyn.||Enfidaville War Cemetery, Tunisia.|
|Royal Artillery||26 Sep 1944||29||Son of William John and Katharine Alcock; husband of Anne Alcock, of Calcot, Holywell.||Gradara War Cemetery, Italy.|
|Royal Welsh Fusiliers
|15 Apr 1945||18||Son of William Edward & Elizabeth Carrington, of Greenfield.||Becklingen War Cemetery, Niedersachsen, Germany.|
|Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve||16 Apr 1943||20||Son of Hugh & Sarah Ann Evans, of Bryn Celyn, Holywell.||Assiniboia (Mount Hope) Cemetery, Saskatchewan, Canada.|
|Dec 1947||27||Born Wigan, Lancashire, England. Husband of Lucy Fowler (nee Alker). Died in Hawarden, Flintshire.|
(71 Anti-Tank Regt.)
|11 Mar 1944||25||Son of Mr & Mrs H Harrison, of Greenfield; husband of J M Harrison, of Park Gate, Southampton, Hampshire, England.||Greenfield Cemetery.|
| Royal Army Service Corps
(2 Troup Carrying Coy.)
|10 Feb 1940||33||Son of Harold and Martha Holland, of Bryn Clyn, Flintshire.||Orchard Dump Cemetery, Arleux-en-Gohelle, Pas de Calais, France.|
|Royal Welsh Fusiliers (6th Bn.)||2 Aug 1944||19||Son of Morris Hopwood, and of Ethel Hopwood, of Oldham, Lancashire, England.||Banneville-Le-Campagne War Cemetery, Calvados, France.|
|28 Nov 1944||18||Son of Fredrick Albert & Isabella Jones, of Greenfield.||Venray War Cemetery, Limburg, Netherlands.|
|4 Mar 1942||27||Son of John & Sarah Jones; husband of Margaret Jones, of Holywell. Sunk by Japanese cruisers, 200 km east of Christmas Island.||Chatham Naval Memorial, Kent, England.|
|18 Feb 1944||19||Son of William and Elizabeth Kelford, of Greenfield. Torpedoed by a German submarine off Naples, Italy.||Plymouth Naval Memorial, Devon, England.|
|Irish Guards||6 Nov 1940||23||Son of Harold & Amy Rees, of Holywell.||Greenfield Cemetery.|
| Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve
|6 May 1944||21||Son of Edward & Caroline Roberts; husband of Mona Phillips Roberts, of Greenfield.||Singapore Memorial, Singapore.|
|9 Apr 1943||26||Son of Edward and Alice Roberts, of Greenfield.||Enfidaville War Cemetery, Tunisia.|
(68 Bty., 186 M H.A.A. Regt.)
|17 Nov 1943||39||Son of Peter & Elizabeth Ann Seville; husband of Sarah Harriet Seville, of Cefn y Bedd, Flintshire.||Greenfield Cemetery.|
Stuart (Stewart) Lloyd
|King's Own Royal Lancaster Regiment
|11 May 1940||25||Son of John Price Williams & Martha Williams, of Greenfield.||Estaires Communal Cemetery & Extension, Nord, France.|
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