Storm Family History
A copy of the research notes prepared by Morilla Garrison in 1917
Ewout Storm, a lawyer at the Court of Justice of Holland, Zealand and West Friesland, and who practiced at Delph, married at Leyden, Jan. 18, 1595, Eva van Swaenswyck, daughter of Larens van Swaenswyck and Anne Dircks Visser.
Dirck Storm, son of above, born Delph, 1599, became city clerk at Leyden;
married Aug. 7, 1625, Alida van Cortenbosch, daughter of Arnold van Cortenbosch;
she died (he?) April 6, 1663. Children born in Leyden:
Dirck Storm, born 1630, (son of Dirck Storm and grandson of Ewout Storm)
becomes 1. in the American line; at the age of 18 he went to den Bosch"
as clerk in his uncle's commercial office; in 1660 he was town clerk of
Osch. He married in the church of St. Gertrude's Hertobenbosch, May 13,
1656 Maria, daughter of Pieter van Montfoord, an old family of Delph and
Leyden. They had two children born - Gregorius, 1656 and Pieter born 1658.
He removed to Osch 1660 where a son was born and baptized David, in the
Reformed Church. On Aug. 31, 1662 he sailed from Amsterdam with wife and
these children on the ship "The Fox. Their fourth child, Maria, was born
either on the voyage or soon after their arrival in New Amsterdam, in the
fall of 1662. Dirck Storm held various offices; was clerk of Flatbush until
1683; removed to Tarrytown in 1695 and in 1696 was tax collector of Westchester
County. He and wife Maria were last mentioned in 1701 when they witnessed
the baptism of Aeltje (Alida) daughter of Gregorius Storm; Dirck died about
David Storm, son of Dirck Storm, born Osch, baptized May 25, 1661, married
Esther, daughter of Isaac See, Jr. and wife Maria.
David Storm and Esther had child:
Annatje Storm, daughter of David Storm married March 22, 1724, John Conklin, in the 1st Reform Dutch Church in Poughkeepsie, NY.. See Conklin Family
*** The above notes of Storm Family
were prepared by a genealogist who examined Holland Records. Reference,
Hartford lines, Nov. 9, 1940, answered by K.K.A. to query no. 5536 dated
Nov. 25, 1939. M.C.T.