|Death: ||Apr., 1835|
Ran the store for the "factory" (government trading house) when it was transferred to the Indian nation and located at Ft. Mitchell, AL.
Travelled back and forth to the agency (located on the Flint R. in present-day Crawford Co., GA); maintained residence at Ft. Mitchell.
According to Mr. James Stuart, a Scot travelling thru the area in 1830, Mr. Crowell lived 4 miles west of the Flint River on "a fine plantation."
Crowell's place, sometmes termed the "Old Station" was known as a good stopping place to stagecoaches of that time.
He was the son of Samuel Crowell and Tabitha Bradford of Halifax, NC.
"He was just and true, all who knew him loved him."
Crowell Family Cemetery
Created by: Becky
Record added: Jun 06, 2006
Find A Grave Memorial# 14528358
Rest in Peace, Thomas. See you in Heaven.|
Added: Aug. 25, 2010
REST IN PEACE|
Added: Jul. 6, 2006