My notes say "Lancashire Fusiliers 11th Battalion. Private No 25793. Grave/Memorial Ref: I.M.17 in BERKS Cemetery Extension, Comines-Warneton, Hainaut, Belgium."
"He was also part of the Royal Field Artillery no: 137732. Amongst the medals is a silver war badge & 1914-18 Victory Medal."
My cousin has inherited all of his war memorials. She lives in England. (I'm in Canada)
I have also found the "story" behind what happened to the 11th Battalion at St. Yves, Belgium on January 22, 1917. I was sent the photocopies from two pages in a book. I don't know the name of book but Page 182 at the top says: THE LANCASHIRE FUSILIERS 1914-1918 and it relays the day leading up to 1 Officer and 18 other ranks killed, and 2 Officers and 29 other ranks wounded.
I hadn't found the mistakes for Thomas Crosby's death at Ancestry. It was at the CWGC website. It took a lot of work on my part, to provide the proof that they had combined TWO Thomas Crosby's into one. But I am proud to report, the correct information for my Thomas Crosby is now posted at the CWGC site.
I really appreciate everyone's input. This is where the internet is invaluable!
Thank you everyone!