The Clan History
The name is common in Wigtownshire and Dumfriesshire and originates in one the places named Crosbie/Corsbie in Ayr, Kirkcudbright or Berwick.
Iuone de Crosseby witnessed a charter by Robert de Bruys to Arbroath Abbey (1178-80). He also witnessed an agreement regarding lands in Annandale, and the gift of the church of Moffet to the church of Glasgow.
In 1280 Raginald de Crosseby witnessed a charter and in 1296 rendered homage.
Walterus de Crosby witnessed a charter at Lamberton in 1332.
Thomas de Crosby lived in Glasgow in 1440 and Isabel Corsbie is found in Dysart in 1593.
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