Few details are known of the Revolutionary War service of Thomas Crow. His service has been approved by the DAR based on service in the SC Militia. In 1786 he was awarded pay for Militia Duty in Benjamin Roebuck’s Regiment, since the fall of Charleston [Charleston South Carolina fell to the British on May 12, 1780] per Colonel Robert Anderson’s Return. After the war he lived in Pendleton District, SC until 1817 when he moved to AL, first settling in Madison Co, then settled in Morgan County in 1818, and purchased 80 acres of land on July 13, 1818, and another 80 acres on Nov. 19, 1818, in the Flint area. On 14 Feb 1825 he was appointed Justice of the Peace on Morgan Co.