Afternoon all, am researching the chaps that fell in the Great War from my village (listed below), but am struggling to establish the fate and indeed the service of Thomas Henry Jackson - although I have a possible answer. Here are the facts I have gathered and I'm hoping one of the experts out there can put me out of my misery please!? War memorial - Ravensthorpe, Northamptonshire. Men listed; Arthur George Bates - 1st Northants, L/cpl 16145, killed in action 24/11/1916 Samuel John Berkshire - Gnr 153rd Siege Battery, R.G.A., killed in action 15/08/1917 George Dickens - 6th K.O.R.L.R., Pte 8171, killed in action 05/04/1917 THOMAS HENRY JACKSON - ??????? Alfred Reader - Coldstream Guards, Pte 15047, killed in action 20/06/1916 Joseph Henry Robins - HMS Tiger, ABS 223859, killed in action 31/05/1916 Richard Stone - 5th Northants, Pte 20166, killed in action 20/09/1918 Francis Styan - 10th Lincolns, Pte 40576, killed in action 05/06/1917 Albert Tipler - 23rd Heavy Battery, Gnr 40653, killed in action 28/03/1918 Thomas Henry Jackson was not a local man (I don't think - haven't checked parish records yet) - cannot find any reference to him living in Ravensthorpe in the 1911 census, however a likely answer is a Thomas Henry Jackson who was born in Seagrave, Leicestershire who served as a private in the 13th Royal Sussex Regiment, number TF/201799 and enlisted in Northampton. My usual method of trawling the CWGC website and Ancestry has not turned up a positive answer yet. Can anyone help please or point me in the right direction? As always thanks. A frustrated Ant.