MAJOR E. C. OLDHAM
The late Major Edward Castle Oldham was 39 years of age, and received his first commission in the old 10th A.I.R. in February, 1904. He was promoted to captain four years later, and was area officer for St. Peters for some time, having previously been a captain in the 78th Infantry. Major Oldham had a course in India during 1909-10, and was regarded as one of the finest infantry officers in the Commonwealth. He was particularly well known and popular in South Australia. The deceased was a single man, his mother residing at Hackney.
1915 'MAJOR E. C. OLDHAM.', Chronicle (Adelaide, SA : 1895 - 1954), 8 May, p. 38, viewed 22 August, 2014, http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article89145655