Person:Peter Storm (4)

Watchers
Peter Storm
b.ca 1786
m. 1785
  1. Peter Storm1786 - 1817
  2. Margaret Storm1787 - 1854
  3. Andrew J. StormAbt 1788 - 1852
  4. Katherine Storm1791 -
  5. Arthur Storm1794 - 1864
  6. Keziah StormABT 1797 - ABT 1850
  7. Susanna StormABT 1809 -
m. 14 Feb 1807
  1. Miranda Storm
  2. Sarah “Sally” StormABT 1808 -
  3. Andrew Jacob StormABT 1811 -
  4. Catherine StormABT 1816 -
  5. Nancy R. StormABT 1818 -
Facts and Events
Name[3] Peter Storm
Unknown John Peter Storm
Gender Male
Birth[5] ca 1786
Marriage 14 Feb 1807 Clark, Indiana, United Statesto Margaret Johnson
Military[2] 13 Apr 1813 Madison, Indiana, United Statesenlisted in Captain W. Dunn's Company of Rangers
Other[4] 7 Jul 1813 Indiana, United Statessigned petition in support of federal aid in development of manufacturing
Military[2] 24 May 1814 Vincennes, Knox, Indiana, United Statesdischarged from militia
Death[1] 28 Oct 1817 Clark, Indiana, United States
References
  1. War of 1812 Claim for Bounty Land Warrant by Peggy Dunning for Service of Peter Storm’s Service in the War of 1812 (Warrant #26894-160-50) ; NARA, in Johnson Family documents, Primary quality.

    State of Kentucky, County of Trigg
    Peggy Dunning . . . declares that she is the widow of Peter Storm deceased, who . . . . died in Scott County Indiana on [blank] October 1817
    State of Illinois, Pope County
    Andrew J. Storm says that . . . . Peter Storm died on 28 October 1817 and “this affiant” was at his burial.

  2. 2.0 2.1 War of 1812 Claim for Bounty Land Warrant by Peggy Dunning for Service of Peter Storm’s Service in the War of 1812 (Warrant #26894-160-50); NARA, in Johnson Family documents, Primary quality.

    State of Kentucky, County of Trigg
    Peggy Dunning . . . declares that she is the widow of Peter Storm deceased, who was a private in the Company of Rangers commanded by Capt. W. Dunn in the [blank] Regiment of [blank] commanded by [blank] in the war with Great Britain declared by the United States on 18 June 1812. That her husband enlisted at Madison Indiana on or about 13 April 1813 for the term of 12 months and continued in actual service for nearly twelve months and was honorably discharged at Vincennes Indiana on or about 24 Mar 1814.
    State of Illinois, Pope County
    Andrew J. Storm says that he was acquainted with Peter Storm who served in Captain W. Dunn’s Company United States Rangers war of 1812, that he and Peter Storm served in the same Company together, that “we were enlisted at Madison Indian on the 13th day of April 1813. – that we served together in said Company and were both honorably discharged on or about the 24th day of March AD 1814, at Vincennes Indiana.
    State of Illinois, Pope County
    Willis Stucker says that he was well acquainted with Peter Storm a private in Captain W. Dunns Company of United States Rangers in the war of 1812. . . . and saw him in said Company on their march from Madison Indiana where he was enlisted to Vincennes Indiana, and that he saw him several times afterwards during his service.

  3. War of 1812 Claim for Bounty Land Warrant by Peggy Dunning for Service of Peter Storm’s Service in the War of 1812 (Warrant #26894-160-50); NARA, in Johnson Family documents, Primary quality.

    State of Illinois, Pope County
    Willis Stucker says that he married Peter Storm’s sister

  4. The Territory of Indiana 1810-1816, in United States. Department of State, and Clarence Edwin Carter. The territorial papers of the United States. (Washington [District of Columbia]: Government Printing Office, 1934-1962), Volume VIII, pp. 265-267.

    Petition to Congress by Citizens of Clark and Jefferson Counties (7 July 1813)
    “. . . we your petitioners Conceive tht at the present period very considerable advantage would result to the Territory from a Liberal encouragment of Manufactures in general—That more especially in this part the citizens labour under great disadvantage for want of the following branches viz. Grist and Saw Mills, Fulling Mills, Carding Machines &c. that there is sets for all the above branches of Manufactures on fraction of the first Section in town one North of the base line Range eight east of the second Maredion on fraction of the thirty sixth section in town two North of the base line Range eight East of the second Maredion, & on a Lot of one hundred acres in the Illenois Grant the Property of William Provine Esquire, a dam on which Materially injures the above named Fractions & these being the only advantageous seats for improvement in the neighbourhood, Your petitioners therefore humbly pray that your Honorable body will take the same into consideration & if Consistent grant a pre-emption right at two dollars per acres (with indulgence to discharge the Amount in yearly payment of one hundred dollars each) to William Provine and Company, who will bind themselves to erect the above named Mills & Machines, & keep them in repair so long as Your Honorable Body shall think proper to grant indulgence for the payment thereof: and at the expiration of said term, on condition the said Provine and Company fulfill their obligation, to issue a general Patent for the same.”
    p. 266 – signed Wm Anderson . . . John Telford
    p. 267 – Benjamin Reese, Peter Storm, Jacob Storm [together], . . . James Arbuckell, Charles Johnson
    p. 267 – petition rejected

  5. Birth date based on date of parent's marriage and date of Peter's own marriage. It also is consistent with a potential naming pattern for determining the birth order of the siblings.