Australian English Genealogy

Descendants of Daniel Smallwood

Notes - Page 9

Walter Alexander Greenfield

THE sad news was received in Windsor on Thursday of last week of the death of Mr. Walter Greenfield, due to a fall from a fourth-floor ward of the Royal Prince Alfred Hospital. The late Mr. Greenfield, who had been residing at Springwood, was very well known throughout the Hawkesbury, being a former resident of Pitt Town, and his wide circle of district friends extend their deepest sympathy to the bereaved relatives. 

Source: Windsor and Richmond Gazette 10 Feb 1939



Hospital Patient Dies from Injuries SYDNEY, Thursday.

Yesterday afternoon ,Walter Greenfield, 54, a resident of Springfield, visited the Royal Prince Alfred Hospital and was found to be suffering from inflammation of the legs. He was admitted to the institution and this morning without warning hurled himself from the fourth floor of the hospital and crashed 45 feet to a concrete footpath. He was alive when picked up but died shortly afterwards. He was worried regarding his health.
Source: The Canberra Times 3 Feb 1939