A friend said 'bout the same, nothing major. The houses on that street are all sandwiched between two other houses, just a driveway apart, and both sides of the house are thus protected from a lot of the wind impact. Of course, when the tornadoes hit, nothing's gonna protect 'em.
My old place had 1" holes drilled in all the downstairs closets, including the water heater closet. An island old timer told us they did that to all new houses right after the 1900 storm to keep houses from floating off their piers in high water. My place was built around 1910-15, my architect brother-in-law told me. Still had its original slate shingle roof, though, which was frowned upon after the 1900 storm, as those caused severe bodily injuries and even decapitations in the 1900 storm. Needless to say, I had hubby plug all those holes in my closets to keep mice and roaches out of the house. But we sure unplugged them for Allen.
That was the only storm we had to deal with before we moved from Galveston to Texas City across the causeway.