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In a few days we rented a large log house and went to housekeeping.

In a few days Grandfather Storms went back to Mundy's and got the other load of goods by himself.

In the fall of 1838 George Overhiser moved his family, ..

The house was valued at £10 and held from the Earl of Portarlington

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In the fall of 1838 George Overhiser moved his family, consisting of his wife, Elizabeth, and 8 children from Steuben County, NY to Fayette County, Indiana.

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Reuben Storms, a brother of Mrs Overhiser, had settled one half mile west of Longwood in 1837 near his brother in law, Robert Bush who had come to Indiana the previous year.

Peter Storms returned to New York in the spring of 1839 and moved his family to Indiana in the fall.

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b. 1720, Cahirnemoher, Co. Clare,Ireland; d. 1791, Roxton, Co. Clare, Ireland, some time High Sheriff (1750).
She had a marriage portion of £1,000 and an annuity of £100 a year if left awidow (EMC).

Data of Ann's descendants from a source other than EMC:

A note: Bindon Blood's book states: "My forefather is said to have fallenvery much in love with Miss Chadwick, but on approaching her father with a viewto matrimony, he met with a refusal, as Mr. Chadwick strongly objected toCounty Clare and to Clare men. Thereupon my forefather assembled some friendsand followers, attacked the Chadwick house and carried off the young lady,marrying her the next morning. Unfortunately, Mr. Chadwick, who defended hishouse with resolution, was shot dead, either in the attack or in the pursuitafterwards, during which it is said that a good deal of shooting tookplace."
William and Anne married in 1747 or 1748, and had issue:
2/1. Jane Blood, b. 1743, Roxton, Co. Clare; d. 1820

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of Busherstown, b. 1737,Bushertown, Co. Offaly, son of Humphrey MINCHIN son of Humphrey Minchin andRebecca Paul (KO11/267, below)
b. 1686, Castletown, Kings Co., Ireland; d. Feb. 1777, Bushertown, Co. Offaly,Ireland. M. Catherine GREENE (internet);
and had issue, Richard, Captain of Dragoons, died unmarried; George; Rebecca,married to William Minchin, of Greenhills.

During that time he and Mr Mundy took the goods from Bellvue about 16 miles away to the house of Mr Mundy.

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Married Catherine Greene,daughter of Godfrey Greene, on 11 June 1736.
He died in February 1777.1
Humphrey Minchin lived at Busherstown, King's County, Ireland.
Children of Humphrey Minchin and Catherine Greene

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Born in December 1660.3
Parents: Colonel Charles Minchin and Elizabeth Paulet.2
Married Rebecca Paul, daughter of Joshua Paul.4
Died between September 1732 and April 1733.3
Will was probated on 19 April 1733.4

Humphrey Minchin held the office of High Sheriff of County Tipperary in1686.4 He held the office of Member of Parliament (M.P.) for County Tipperary.4He built the Round Tower at Busherstown.4 He lived at Ballinakill Castle,County Waterford, Ireland.1 He lived at Busherstown, County Tipperary,Ireland.4 His last will was dated 30 September 1732.

Children of Humphrey Minchin and Rebecca Paul

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2nd of Urie, the celebrated Apologist of the Quakers,
From LDS.
Born December 23, 1648 in Gordonstoun, Morayshire;
Died October 03, 1690 in Urie, Fetterose, Kincardineshire.
Parents (ref EMC): Col David Barclay of Urie, co. Kincardine, Catherine Gordon,married in 1648. (a history of Barclay's Bank gives most of the family line ofthe Freames and Barclays).

Married February 01, 1669/70 in Bailie Molyson's House, Aberdeen,