Early records reveal that the surname Crowley it was either in England or Ireland where this name originated; more definite information about its geographic origins cannot be determined. A careful research of the etymological origins of the surname Crowley has revealed that it is derived from the habitation name from any various places from England. Also we can trace the roots of this surnanme back to the personal name composed of the elements cruadh(hardly) and laoch(hero). The ravages of time are the worst enemies of written documents; while the stone that was used to construct castles, towers and other structures often assured that these precious monuments were to survive to the present day, old scrolls were more often than not lost or even destroyed without leaving a trace. Nonetheless, careful research has revealed the following: The earliest written reference to someone with this surname pertains to a certain Christina Crowley, daughter of John Crowley, then she married with Samuel Higgins a cashier, and Assistant Treasurer of the Washignton and Geortown Railway Company, and had six children. mentioned in a document f… Coat of arms: Argent, on a fesse gu…
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