- Born: Bef 1755, Worcester Co., MD 2
- Marriage (1): Catherine Porter on 05 Nov 1806 in Worcester Co., MD 1
- Died: 04 May 1813-08 Apr 1814, Worcester Co., MD
On Oct 11 1785, John Chambers Cropper and Persy his wife, transferred items to his son Levin Cropper in Worcester Co. including 12 head of cattle, one Bay mare, 18 head of hogs, 6 head of sheep, 5 feather beds/furniture, corner cupboard and associated furniture, a chest, 6 leather chairs, all my pewter, all my pots, small table, all my corn and fodder for sufficient maintenance for he and his wife for life (WoLR-L:257)
1800 Census as Labin Crapper is HOH in Worcester Co., MD with 21001-20010. Listed in the 1810 Census for Worcester Co., MD as Levin Cropper in household with 10301-02010, suggesting he is age 45+. (born bef 1765). He is next to the households of Thomas N. Cropper (30010-00200) and Josiah Cropper (30010-11010).
Levin Cropper wrote his will May 4 1813 and it was proven on May 20 1814 in Worcester Co.
- To wife Catherine, all of my estate and at her death to my brother Nehemiah Cropper except negro boy Levin who is to be Catherine's during her widowhood and then free at her decease.
Witnesses: William Richardson, Thomas P. Fassitt, John Scott (WoW-1813/22:46)
Levin married Catherine Porter on 05 Nov 1806 in Worcester Co., MD.1 (Catherine Porter died after 1814 in Worcester Co., MD.)