A guess is that the 92nd was billeted at Gozundeira between 15 Oct and 15 Nov 1810. This tiny place is in the middle of the map on page 10 of the very informative modern essay The Lines of Torres Vedras by G.W.A. Napier. That map shows Gozundeira as being (to my untrained eyes) within the operational area of Division 1 (to which the 92nd was attached), so its a plausible place for the 92nd to have camped.
As noted in the question statement, the spellings "Crozendera" and "Crosendeira" appear in regimental histories written many decades after the events. A possibly better source is the 1829 account by John T. Jones, one of the engineers that built the fortifications of Torres Vedras, namely Memoranda relative to the Lines thrown up to cover Lisbon in 1810. On page 38 he writes:
valley in rear of Gosandiera and Zibriera was
blocked up by a well flanked abattis, field
batteries of position were established on various flanking points of the same ground, and
roads of communication formed to them, so
that in a short time this open portion of the
front quite changed its face, and appeared little less formidable than the other parts of the
This book has a map, titled Ground in front of Lisbon, evidently made in 1815; this map's spelling of the place name is hard to make out, but is approximately "Go???dira". The map is reproduced in the 1847 edition of another book by Jones, where is clearly "Gosendira". An annotated version of this map is on the website of the Friends of the Lines of Torres Vedras.
The modern place Gozundeira shows up on Google maps exactly where Jones's map shows Gosendira, about a kilometer to the north west of Zibreira. Whether the spellings like "Crozendera" in the regimental histories are due to misreading the lettering on Jones's 1829 map, or to mishearing the spoken name, or to memory lapse, or reflect the soldiers' own private versions of the names of the places they encamped, I don't think we can tell at this date.
My newer version of the answer erases explicit mention of Luiz's suggestions and confirmations of various details in comments. So: thank you, Luiz!