|Birth: ||Oct. 5, 1833|
St. Lawrence County
New York, USA
|Death: ||Dec. 18, 1905|
Levi Crawford was born in Gouverneur, St Lawrence Co., NY., the son of James Crawford and Ruth (Williams) Crawford. His father's family moved briefly to Seneca Co,NY, and the on to Ohio. They settled briefly in Cleveland and then to Shalersville, Portage Co.
Levi married Malissa Adeline Collins 23 Dec 1857, in Matteson, Branch Co., Michigan.
Levi enlisted in Co.E, 193rd Ohio Volunteer Infantry. Shortly after enlisting, while in Harpers Ferry, Levi contracted measles, and was very ill, in several hospitals. He was discharged 6 June 1865.
After the Civil War was over, Levi settled in Michigan, near his brother Moses. Levi and Malissa had five children: Jennie Inez, Edward Foster, Emma Louisa, Walter Ralph and Cecil Gilbert Crawford.
They moved to Portis, Kansas area, where they lived for a while. They moved to Moscow, Latah Co., Idaho.
Levi died 18 Dec 1905, in Pullman, Whitman Co., Washington. He was buried in Moscow Cemetery, Idaho.
James Crawford (1802 - 1886)
Ruth Williams Crawford (1808 - 1889)
Malissa Adeline Collins Crawford (1837 - 1921)
Jennie Inez Crawford Whitmore (1859 - 1934)*
Moses Crawford (1828 - 1915)*
Levi Crawford (1833 - 1905)
Benjamin Crawford (1837 - 1914)*
Charles Crawford (1845 - 1918)*
Mary Jane Crawford (1852 - 1915)*
193 OHIO INF.
OCT 5. 1833
DEC 18, 1905
A FRIEND TO HIS COUNTRY
AND A BELIEVER IN CHRIST
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Gary S Collins
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