Person:John Storm (6)

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m. 1 OCT 1757
  1. Cally Storm
  2. Cornelius Storm
  3. Margaret Storm
  4. Johanna Elizabeth Storm1758 - 1835
  5. John Storm1760 - 1835
  6. Jacob Storm1762 - Btw 1833-1854
  7. Conrad Storm, Sr.1765 - ABT 1849
  8. Susanna StormABT 1767 -
  9. Susannah StormABT 1768 -
  10. Regina Elizabeth StormABT 1769 -
  • HJohn Storm1760 - 1835
  • WMary LloydABT 1760 -
m. ABT 1785
  1. Elizabeth Storm1783 - After 1850
  2. James Storm1786 - 1863
  3. Thomas E. Storm1790 - 1857
  4. John Storm1791 -
  5. Barbara Storm1796 - 1865
  6. David Storm1798 -
m. 1 Feb 1798
  1. Leah Storm1798 -
  2. Martha Storm1800 -
  3. Margaret Storm1803 -
  4. Joseph Storm1807 -
  5. Peter Storm1809 -
  6. Nancy Storm1811 -
  7. Harrison Storm1813 - 1814
  8. Mary Ann Storm1815 -
  9. Anne Storm1818 -
  10. Susannah Storm1821 -
  11. William Washington Storm1824 -
Facts and Events
Name John Storm
Alt Name Johann “Patriot” John Storm
Gender Male
Birth? 3 Jan 1760 York, Pennsylvania, United StatesLatimore Township
Military[1] Aug 1780 Virginia, United StatesFincastle, Botetourt County, enlisted in army
Marriage ABT 1785 to Mary Lloyd
Marriage 1 Feb 1798 Carter, Tennessee, United Statesto Anna Parsons
Military[1] 30 Jul 1828 Greene, Indiana, United StatesBurlingame Township - applied for Rev. War Pension
Death? 13 Dec 1835 Greene, Indiana, United States

Note: Several children by Mary Llloyd look like the same children as father and 2nd wife Elizabeth

References
  1. 1.0 1.1 Revolutionary War Pension Application, John Storm, Continental Virginia; Footnote, in United States. Revolutionary War Pension and Bounty Land Warrant Application Files. (Washington D.C.), Pension #W. 1953.

    Letter 5 Nov 1838 to Mrs. Forrest Hann re: John Storm b. 3 Feb 1760, lived Carter County, Tennessee, d. 15 Dec 1835
    Record of Pension Claim, W. 1953
    John Storm was b. 3 Feb 1760, lived in Carter County, TN, d. 13 Dec 1835.
    brother Jacob Storm (living in Scott County, IN in 1832) said John b. in Pennsylvania and “raised” in Virginia, parents were Dutch.
    Isaac Strom (living in Lawrence County, IN in 1849) stated that he and John Storm were half brother, John being son by first wife of father. John was referred to as the “Dutch lad”
    John Storm enlisted August 1780 in Fincastle, Botetourt County, Virginia, served until Sept 1781, 1st as pvt in Capt. Ballard Smiths Co 1” Virginia Reg; next in Captain Thomas Bowyer’s Virginia Co; then reenlisted on the High Hills of Santee in South Carolina, served in Capt Robert Morrow’s Co., Col. William Washington’s 3” Reg of Continental Dragoons, discharged at termination of War
    Pension executed 30 July 1828 while residing Burlingame Township, Greene County, IN. Made application before JP John Storm Jr. of Greene County;
    John Storm m. 1 Feb 1798, Carter County, Tennessee, Anne Parsons (b. 10 Sep 1776)
    Gives names and b.dates of children
    Other names mentioned: James Parsons, John Ferguson (Greene County), Mary Storm, Catherine Ferguson (Scott County), Wesley Ferguson and Robert Ferguson (Greene County); William W. Storm, Wiley H. East