Matthew Crozier was a master builder elected to The Carpenters' Company in 1792. In Ryan K. Smith’s Robert Morris's Folly: The Architectural and Financial Failures of an American Founder, Crozier is included as a master carpenter for Morris’s mansion, known as Morris’s Folly. Crozier replaced John Sproul, another member of the Carpenters' Company, in November of 1795 and eventually “Crozier drifted away” from the doomed project.
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