Clan Crozier

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Origin of Clan Crozier

Clansfolk of Clan Crozier

Clan Crozier in the Military

{*} Dunblane Memorial
In loving memory of Emma Crozier
of Montrose Way, Dunblane
Who died Wednesday, 13 March 1996
With fifteen of her classmates and her teacher
Class of Dunblane Primary, Dunblane, Scotland
The Dunblane Tragedy

The Croziers came from over from Normandy in 1066 with William the Conqueror. Through the years, some moved northward to the southern areas of Scotland where they became established as a Border Clan.

According to Scots Kith and Kin, Clan Crozier was in Liddesdale in the 14th Century. It is a sept of Clan Armstrong.
Those with Nova Scotia Connections use the spelling "Crozier".
[New Scotland (Nova Scotia) -=- Where the Heart is Still Highland!]

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