It is believed this is the man, killed in road accident after medical discharge and not on CWGC

No.16057, Private, Harry PEARSON
Aged 29

3rd Battalion, Suffolk Regiment
Died in road traffic accident on Saturday, 27th January 1917

Harry Pearson was born in Dalham in 1887 (Newmarket Q2-1887 3B:547), son of William and Mary PEARSON (née WAKE).

1891 census...Aged 4, he was at No.6 The Sound, Dalham with his father William PEARSON [44] farm labourer born Lidgate; his mother Mary {40]; grandfather, widower, William WAKE [61] farm labourer; brothers Walter [17] farm labourer, Stephen [15] gardener, Thomas [13] farm labourer, John [10], William [8] and James [6] and sister Mary A [1]. All, except his father, were born in Dalham.

1901 census...Aged 14, a farm labourer, he was at The Street, Dalham with his parents, brother James (yardman on farm), sister Alice M (Mary A.) and brother Joe [9] born Dalham.

1911 census...Aged 24, single, a cowman on farm, he was living in Dalham with his brother Stephen and his wife Elizabeth [35] born Hadleigh and 4 children; Alice [13] born Brandon, Walter [9] born Herringswell, Lily [7] born Dalham and Frederick John [3] born Dalham.

He enlisted in Bury St Edmunds on 11th November 1914, giving his age as 27 years 6 months. He was a labourwer, born Dalham, next of kin father, William Pearson. He was 5 feet 8 inches (172.7 cm)tall, chest 38"-40.5" (96.5 to 102.9 cm), Church of England
Posted to the 7th Battalion, Suffolk Regiment, he arrived in France on 30th May 1915. He received a gun shot wound to the neck on 13th October 1915, sent to 141 Field Ambulance, and on 14th October to 18 C.C.S.( at Lapugnoy) and then to No1 Canadian General Hospital in Etaples on 17th before evacuation per H.M.H.S Brighton.
Posted to Depot on 18th October, he was transferred on 12th December 1915 to 3rd Battalion. Suffering ill health which was described as D.A.H (Disordered action of the heart), brought about by influenza he was discharged on 3rd September 1916 as no longer being fit for war service, with his capacity for earning a full living reduced by 1/4. A piece of shrapnel still in his neck was deemed to be no problem, but his ill health was recorded as a result of ordinary military service. His death certificate gives the cause of death as killed by motorcycle and sidecar in a road accident. He is buried in Dalham but is not recorded by the CWGC. Personal Effects files give sister Mary Pettitt as sole legatee.

The 7th Battalion, Suffolks were attacking The Quarries in the Hulluch area when he was wounded.

William Pearson is buried in the churchyard at Dalham (St Peter's)
Although not recorded by Commonwealth war Graves Commission
he is on the 1919 list of Suffolk men who fell in the Great War.