Levi was burried in the salem cemetary in chester, choctaw county MS.
Levi was born in 1788. Levi Crowder ... He passed away in 1855. 
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- ↑ Entered by Donna Mathis, Dec 30, 2011
On May 27, 2010 Sue Williams wrote:
Family tradition says he was a horse trader that traveled around buying and selling horses and he may have been away during the 1850 census.
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On May 31, 2010 at 16:22GMT Cindy Reilly wrote:
ing down to the earth. This was caused by the great swarms of pigeons which roosted on these trees when they were young. It is a known fact to my people and the Indians of that region that in 1878 and 1879 the pigeons came in such great numbers they darkened the earth from the sun and by roosting in this area broke many limbs off the trees and bent the young branches so much that they remain drooped to this time."