Green’s Dictionary of Slang

come over v.2

[ext. of come v.3 ; var. on come on v.1 /come the... v.]
[19C+]

1. as come (the)...over, to act in a given manner, defined by the inserted n.

2. as come over all..., to experience certain emotions; usu. with various modifiers, e.g. come over all queer, suddenly to feel physically unwell.

In phrases

come Vicksburg over (v.) [GAT: ‘5 gamblers had been lynched in Vicksburg, Miss. in 1835; reported in Niles’ Weekly Register, July 25, August 1, August 8’]

[mid-19C] (US) to break up someone’s living quarters.