CAPTAIN KEITH GREEN.
The late Captain Keith Eddowes Green was formerly a lieutenant in the 73th Infantry. He was born on January 29, 1893, and joined the 10th Infantry Regiment in June, 1912. The deceased was the only son of the late Mr. T. W. Green, who for many years was chief clerk in the Chief Secretary's office. Adelaide. He lived formerly in the Mitcham district, and for some time attended Archdeacon Clampett's Sunday-school in connection with St. Columbia's Church, Hawthorn.
Captain Green was educated at St. Peter's College, and at the time of leaving for the front was engaged in the accountant's branch of the Adelaide Steamship Company. He was a keen oarsman, and as a member of the Adelaide Rowing Club competed in a number of events, for which he received various club trophies. One of the deceased's sisters is Mrs. T. Horton, of Joyce Park, Lower Mitcham, with whom the widowed mother stayed from time to time, and whose address was given as that of his next of kin. When in the early stages of the Morphettville camp Captain Seager was seriously ill, it was the late Captain Green who took his place. As a lad the deceased filled an enthusiastic part in the Boy Scout movement.
1915 'CAPTAIN KEITH GREEN.', Chronicle (Adelaide, SA : 1895 - 1954), 8 May, p. 38, viewed 1 September, 2014, http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article89145208
27 SEPT 1915
After evensong at St. Mary Magdalene's Church of England on Sunday night a memorial to the late Capt. Keith Eddowes Green was unveiled by Canon Girdlestone (head master of St. Peter's College) at the mission adjoining the church. A large gathering witnessed the ceremony. The memorial, which comprised a large framed copy of Rembrandt's famous picture, 'The young knight,' bore the following inscription:— 'In memory of Capt. Keith Eddowes Green, Captain of B Company 10th Battalion, A.I.F., who fell on the field of honour at Gallipoli, on April 25, 1915. Canon Girdlestone said the late captain was as scoutmaster, one of the first St. Peter's College boys to work in his school mission, and was among the first five South Australians who offered their services for their country.
1915 'CONCERNING PEOPLE.', The Register (Adelaide, SA : 1901 - 1929), 27 September, p. 4, viewed 1 September, 2014, http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article59623805