Biography of Frank A. Storms
Orleans County, NY Biographies





Storms, Frank A., was born May 12, 1849, in the town of Clarendon, and is a son of Willard and grandson of George Storms. George Storms was one of the first of the family to settle in Orleans county, coming from Schoharie to Clarendon in 1826. Here he engaged in farming and also built a sawmill, sawing the timbers of which the old Baptist Church of Holley was constructed. He married a Miss Stearns, and their children are as follows: Willard, Sophronia, who married Daniel Mitchell; Wilder, who married Phoebe Humphrey and resides on the old homestead; Emily, who married Charles Weatherbee, of Clarendon Ellen, who married Horace Green. Willard Storms settled in Clarendon and engaged in farming. He married Temperance North, and to them were born these children: Frank A., Floyd D. and Clark A. They all engaged in farming and settled at Clarendon. Clark A. married Ida Campbell and still lives at Clarendon. Floyd D. married Maggie McGowan and settled in Holley in 1893. Frank A. Storms lived in Clarendon until 1881, at which time he purchased a farm about two miles north of Holley in the town of Murray, where he now resides. He is extensively engaged in farming and the dairy business. In 1866 Mr. Frank Storms married Alice McMichael, and they have three sons: Arthur D., Jesse B. and Myron J.

From:
Landmarks of Orleans County, New York
Edited by: Hon. Isaac C. Signor
Assisted by: H. P. Smith and others
D. Mason & Co., Publishers
Syracuse, N. Y. 1894


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