Friends of the Somme - Mid Ulster Branch
Coagh - Those That Served
1884   Private Edmond Totten
Dated added: 20/04/2019
Last updated: 02/06/2019
Personal Details
Royal Army Service Corps (British Army)
Date Of Birth:
 (Survived The War)
Edmond Totten was the youngest son of Thomas and Eleanor Jane Totten. He was born in 1898 in Ardboe. He was one of seven children. The family lived in the Kingsmills area, near Coagh. His father was a farm labourer. Edmund Totten enlisted in Cookstown on 7th September 1914. Private Totten was initially with the Royal Army Service Corps and later transferred to the Army Cyclist Corp. He was with the British Expeditionary Force in France from January 1916 to August 1916 when he was shot in the hip. Private Totten was discharged from duty, being no longer physically fit for service.
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Local Memorial Details
No Memorial Name Townland
1 Coagh Orange Hall - WW1 Panel 2 (Served) Coagh
2 Kingsmills Orange Hall Roll of Honour WW1 (Served) Coagh
References and Links
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1 1901 Census lists 'Totton' family Lists Edmond as age 4, living with the family at house 7 in Mullaghglass, Killycolpy, Tyrone
2 1911 Census lists Totten family Lists Edmund as age 12, living with the family at house 3 in Ballymaguire, Killycolpy, Tyrone
3 Ancestry (subscription) Edmund Totten enlistment papers
4 National Archives UK Medal card can be purchased here
Coagh & District in WW1