The English surname Crossman, also found in Scotland and Ireland, is of locative origin. The original bearer of the name Crossman was somebody who lived in an area that was close to a distinctive wooden or stone cross or a crossroads. The name Crossman is first recorded in Somerset, England where they held a family seat from ancient times. A notable bearer of the name Crossman is the accomplished British author and politician Richard Crossman.
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