Name:Edgar MullenRegimental Number:469932Rank:Private Battalion:64th Battalion Date of Birth:September 9, 1894Place of Birth:Havelock, N.B.Date of Enlistment:September 8, 1915 Place of Enlistment:Sussex, New BrunswickAddress at Enlistment:Woodstock, Yarmouth Co., Nova ScotiaAge:21Height: 5 Feet, 4½ inchesComplexion:FairEyes:BrownHair:Light BrownTrade:FarmerMarital Status:SingleReligion:MethodistNext of Kin:Maning Mullen (Father) Woodstock, Yarmouth Co.,Date of Death:December 26, 1915 Age at Death:21Cemetery:Port Maitland (Beaver River) Cemetery, Nova Scotia, Canada Commemorated on Page 29 of the First World War Book of RemembranceDisplayed in the Memorial Chamber of the Peace Tower in Ottawa on January 27 Commemorated on the Yarmouth MonumentEdgar Donald Mullen was the son of Maning and Flora Mullen, of South Ohio, Yarmouth Co., Nova Scotia. He died in Halifax on December 26, 1915 of Streptococcal Meningitis. The 64th Battalion occupied the sheds at Pier Two, Halifax when an epidemic swept through the troops. His body was transported by train to Yarmouth and he was buried on December 29, 1915 in the Beaver River Cemetery, Port Maitland, Yarmouth Co., Nova Scotia. Ralph Cossar, of the same Battalion had died the following week and is also buried in the Port Maitland Cemetery.