Winding resistances are about right. I suspect that your pump is in bad shape from sitting so long. It will draw more current if there is a lot of friction or if the impellers are jammed up.
Someone with a clamp-on ammeter could measure the current but you know it is already too high. If you had a meter, you might try starting it several times and see if it improves, but that might accelerate the damage.
You can often replace just the pump part (the least expensive part) if you pull the pump.
There could be a lot of silt in the well, or stuff just crudded up after all those years. You might have to get some work done down the hole.