Circa 1867-?

Crossley was living in Bridgeport, Connecticut, in 1898, and, with his wife Emma, in Fairfield County, Connecticut, in 1910; and in Hartford, Connecticut, in 1935. The Bridgeport Telegram, May 25, 1918, reported Crossley pleaded guilty to embezzlement, and was sentenced to 2-5 years in prison.

Crossley’s works include:

  1. All Our Life Is Joyous
  2. As Jesus’ Disciples on Earth
  3. Call of God Goes Forth, The
  4. Every Little Action
  5. From Calvary Mount There Freely Flows
  6. God Has Given to Us for Sowing
  7. Grant We May Meet Again
  8. I Long to Be Like Thee
  9. I Will Go with the Glad Gospel Story
  10. I Would Be Led By Thee
  11. Live a Life of Sunshine
  12. My Kindness Shall Not Part From Thee
  13. My Spirit Was Longing for Peace
  14. Now Is God’s Accepted Day
  15. O Glad the Thought That Fills My Heart
  16. O What Would We Do Without Jesus?
  17. Sing to the Savior Songs of Praise
  18. There Are Hearts All About Us
  19. Though Sin Encompass Me About
  20. Walking in the Path, Let Christ Our Savior Lead
  21. What Owest Thou to My Lord?
  22. When Jesus, By Spirit and Word
  23. When the Woes of Life Are Pressing
  24. When We Rise to Heights of Glory
  25. Whenever the Evil One
  26. Whose Yoke Are You Wearing, My Brother?
  27. World for Christ, The
  28. World Is the Field of God’s Harvest, The