Crosslee, a village in Houston parish, Renfrewshire, on the left bank of the Gryfe, 2½ miles NW of Johnstone station. A cotton mill, built here in 1793, was burned down about 1858; and the villagers now are mainly employed in the neighbouring oil-works of Clippens. Pop. (1861) 383, (1871) 379, (1881) 400.
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