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My Frame Lineage

By Randall S. Treadway

George Thomas Frame Family

Frame Tartan (Modern)

      Welcome to my Frame Lineage Page. The Clan Frame - The Frame namesake is first recorded in North Lanarkshire in the Fifteenth Century.  I have been working on this line for many, many years. This page would be incomplete if it were not for so may distant cousins who have contributed both their time and research to make this page what it is today, cousins such as: Sue Phillips, Ronald Frame, Larry and Jeannie Wright, Roger Greenough, Roger Rupnow, Julie Frame Falk, and so many others. My hat is off to all of you. My page will start off with Jeremiah Frame. I believe that all the information below is correct, but if you find any discrepancies, please email me. I hope you find the information below helpful to you.

     Please remember each bit of information found here, or elsewhere, must be researched and proven by weight of evidence, via you, the researcher.

Descendants of Jeremiah Frame

     *James Frame, born in Scotland was said to have progenitor of our line; however, that position actually belongs to Jeremiah Frame. Jeremiah's estimated birth date is 1680-1690. Jeremiah was listed in the Armagh 1 Parish, Co. Armagh, Northern Ireland in the Presbyterian Church Records for his children. In those records were the baptisms of Jeremiah's two sons; John and William. This wonderful information has come from the Frame/Freame/Fremault DNA project administrators. We owe them a lot for now we have part of line corrected. Please make sure to update your records, and I would like to apologize for passing down the incorrect information on James Frame. Jeremiah's children were:

1. John Frame, baptized 25 Jan 1708, Armagh Parish, Co. Armagh, Northern Ireland, died: 1750 in Augusta Co., Virginia. John (Freame) was listed as a Virginia Colonial Soldier in Capt. James Cathey's Company (Augusta Co., Militia Companies, 1742; Virginia's Colonial Soldiers @ anestry.com). John married Margaret _____ in Augusta Co., Virginia.  Land:  05 May 1745 - John Frame 400 acres of lines of Hugh Duglass, and a place of Thomas Stevenson, and 11 August 1746 - John Frame 150 acres oing his own, John Campbell's and McKey's. Note: Could Maragaret have been Margaret Hanna?  Please note this from Chalkley's Chronicles March 1764:  (Frame vs. Hannah - - David Frame, eldest sone and heir of John Frame, deceased, vs. Joseph Hanna.  Bill filed November 1760.  In 1748 John and Joseph bought land jointly on Naked Creek, and there was great intimacy between the families.   John's wife was Margaret.  The land was bought of Jennet Stark, alias McDonald).  Why else would Margaret's name be brought up in the same sentence?   John and Margaret's children were:

     a. Mary Ann Frame, born 21 Feb 1740/41 in Virginia.

     b. William Frame, born 08 Aug 1743 in Virginia. He married Elizabeth Johnson on 24 Nov 1799.

     c. David Frame, born: ca 1745. He married twice. He married first to Mary Donahue ca 1762 in Augusta Co., Virginia. He married second to Mrs. Elizabeth Botkin (widow) ca 1769 in Augusta Co., Virginia. Elizabeth was born 14 May 1747. David died in 1810 in Braxton Co., West Virginia, and Elizabeth died on 22 Sept 1796 in Kanawha Co., West Virginia. Children: Elizabeth, Jane Virginia, John William, James, David, Thomas, and Margaret Frame.

     d. John Frame, born: ca 1748. He married Ann _____. John died ca 1809/1810 in Augusta Co., Virginia, as Ann was called a widow and relict in the Augusta Co VA Deed Book Records, Deed Book 36, pg. 148 on 8 Mar 1810. Children: William, Arcibald, Elizabeth, Mary Polly, Rachel, Ann, and Margaret Frame.

     More information on Margaret Frame:

      From the Chalkley's Chronicles, pg. 31, 06 August 1750:  Margaret Frame was listed as a poor widow woman, and paid £4, for the support of her children

      From the Chalkley's Chronicles, pg. 109, 22 November 1752:  Margaret Frame allowed for support of one of her children.

      From the Chalkley's Chronicles March 1764: Frame vs. Hooks.--Sir:--Margaret Frame complains to me that you have taken advantage of her son in a bargain of gun swapping. I find there was a little deceit used, for you refused to stand to your agreement, for if you had not known you had the best of ye bargain, you would have been willing to have taken your own again. But I desire you will take your own without giving the widow any more trouble, or you may depend that I will take care to do both you and her justice. From, sir, your, (Signed) John Poage. This 10th February, 1763. To Mr. Robert Hooks.

2.* William Frame, (See 2nd Generation), baptized 12 Nov 1710, Armagh Parish, Co., Armagh, Northern Ireland

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    * William Frame baptized 12 Nov 1710, Armagh Parish, Co., Armagh, Northern Ireland, married Susanna (Erwin?) ca 1745 in Augusta Co., Virginia. Susanna was born in 1727, the daughter of Matthew Erwin and Elizabeth Patterson. William owned 300 acres of land on Naked Creek near Staunton, Virginia. He later received a land grant for another 150 acres adjoining his lands. William was named as an administrator of Matthew Erwin's Will. This however does not prove that William is Matthew's son in law, as the Will did not name Susanna in it. William also was witness to many other documents during this time frame.

     Land Grant, 20 Aug 1748, Augusta Co., Virginia: Pg. 559, George the second by the Grace of God of Great Britain France and Ireland King Defender of the Faith To all to whom these Presents shall come Greeting. Know ye that for diverse good Causes and Considerations but more especially for and in Consideration for the Sum of Thirty Shillings of good and lawful money for our use paid to our Receiver General of our Revenues in this our Colony and Dominion of Virginia We have given granted and confirmed and by these Presents for us our Heirs and Successors do give grant and confirm unto William Frame one certain Tract or Parcel of Land containing Three hundred acres lying and being in the county of Augusta on a South Branch of the north River of Shanando called the naked creek and bounded as followeth to vis. Beginning at two whit oaks on a Hill on the north side of a Draft of the South Branch of the said Creek Thence south nine Degrees East on hundred and twenty poles near a white oak on a ridge south eighty one degrees west ninety poles to two Hiccories and a white oak north nine degrees west thirty four poles to a white oak south eighty one degrees west two hundred and thirty three poles to a Hiccory near a white oak at the head of a Hallow of the Middle River north nine degrees west one hundred and ninety eight poles to a walnut a white oak and a Hiccory near the head of a Halloroot the long Glade south seventy nine degrees east three hundred and forty poles to the beginning With all Woods underwoods Swamps marshes low grounds meadows Fordings and his due share of all veins mines and Quarries as well discover and discovered within the bounds aforesaid and being part of the said Quantity of Three hundred acres of Land and the Rivers Waters and Water Courses there in contained together with the Privileges of Hunting Hawking Fishing Fowling and all other Profits Commodities and Hereditaments whatsoever to the ~Page 560~ same or any part thereof belonging or in any wise appertaining To Have hold Possess and Enjoy the said Tract or Parcel of Land and all other the before granted Premises and every Part thereof with their and every of their appurtenances unto the said William Frame and to his Heirs and Assigns forever to the only use and Behoof of him the said William Frame his Heirs and Assigns forever To be held of us our Heirs and Successors as of our Mannor of East Greenwich in the County of Kent in free and common soccage and not in capite or by Knights Services yielding and paying unto us our Heirs and Successors for every fifty acres the Fee Rent of one Shilling Yearly to be paid upon the Feast of Saint Michael the Arch Angel and also cultivating and improving three acres part of every fifty of the Tract abovementioned within three years after the sale of these presents Provided always that if three years of the said Fee Rent shall at any time be in arrear and unpaid or if the said William Frame his Heirs or Assigns do not within the Space of three years next coming after the date of these Presents cultivate and improve three acres part of every fifty of the Tract abovementioned Then the Estate hereby granted shall cease and be utterly determined and thereafter it shall and may be lawful to and for us our Heirs and Successors to grant the same Lands and Premises with the appurtenances unto such other Person or Persons as we our Heirs and Successors shall think fit In Witness whereof have caused these our Letters Patent to be made Witness our hasty and welbeloved Sir. William Gooch Baronet our Lieutenant Governor and Commander in Chief of our said Colony and Dominion under the Seal of our said Colony the twentieth day of August one thousand seven hundred and forty eight in the twenty second year of our Reign.

William Gooch

Reference:
Library of Virginia Online Catalog (n.d.). Frame, William grantee. Retrieved from

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     Land Grant, 01 Feb 1781, Augusta Co., Virginia: Pg. 234, Thomas Jefferson Esquire Governor of the Commonwealth of Virginia to all to whom these presents shall come greeting know ye that in Consideration of the Ancient Composition of fifteen Shillings Sterling paid by William Frame into the Treasury of his Commonwealth there is Granted by the said Commonwealth unto the Said William Frame a certain tract or parcel of Land Containing one hundred and fifty acres by Survey bearing date the twenty seventh day of September One thousand Seven hundred and eight lying and being in the County of Augusta on same branches of Naked creek ~Page 235~ Joining three lines of his old tract and bounded as followeth, ___. Beginning at a white oak on his old line and thence South one Hundred poles to a black oak and South Seventy degrees East twenty one poles to a black oak and locust on James Gambles line and with the Same North twenty three degrees east twenty four poles to a black oak Gambles corner North eighty five degrees East One hundred and Seventy two poles to a black and white oak Said Gambles corner and thence North fifty seven degrees East Eighty poles crossing a small branch to a white oak North five degrees West forty four poles to a white oak and thence North thirty six degrees West fifteen poles to a white oak Alexander Curry’s corner and with his North Fourteen degrees West Sixty poles to two black oak Saplins Andrew Wicombs corner and with his line North fifty three degrees West eighty five poles to Some cut Saplins on said line thence North Eighty five degrees West eighty poles to a white oak Wicombs corner thence North thirty degrees West forty four poles to a white oak and thence North Seventy four degrees West one hundred and eight poles to a white oak on a hill and thence South forty three degrees West forty four poles to a white oak on a hill and thence South sixty degrees East five poles to a white oak his old Corner and with his lines South Seventy three degrees east three hundred poles to a large white oak thence South ten degrees east Eighty poles to a black oak and thence South Eighty degrees West two hundred and twenty five poles to the beginning with its appurtenances to have and to hold the said tract or parcel of Land with its~Page 236~Appurtenances to the said William Frame and his Heirs forever In witness whereof the said Thomas Jefferson Governor of the Commonwealth of Virginia, hath hereunto set his hand, and Caused the Lessor Seal of the Said Commonwealth to be affixed at Richmond on the first day of February in the year of our Lord One thousand seven hundred and eighty one and of the Commonwealth the fifth

Thomas Jefferson

Reference:
Library of Virginia Online Catalog (n.d.). Frame, William grantee. Retrieved from

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     William died in 1782 or 1783 in Augusta Co., Virginia. His Will is said to have been probated in Augusta Co., Virginia on 03 May 1783 (Need proof of said Will). Susanna migrated to Kentucky with her family. She was listed in the 1787 Fayette Co., Kentucky Census as Head of household. Susanna died on 29 August 1814 in Clark Co., Kentucky. William and Susanna's children that I have were:

1. Esther Frame, born: ca 1746 in Augusta Co., Virginia. Esther was baptized on 23 Jan 1746/47 in Augusta Co., Virginia (List of Baptisms by Rev. John Craig, Augusta Co., VA, 1740-1749, pg. 13).

2. Jennett Frame, born: ca 1747 in Augusta Co., Virginia. Jennett was baptized on 19 Jul 1747 in Augusta Co., Virginia (List of Baptisms by Rev. John Craig, Augusta Co., VA, 1740-1749, pg. 17).  Note:  Could Jennett really be Mary Jenette Frame?  There was a Mary Frame  who married James Kenney in Bourbon Co., Kentucky in 1814.  Mary was born on 14 May 1747.  James her husband was born in 1752 in Augusta Co., Virginia.  When Mary died she was buried in the Kenney Cemetery, located on Stoner Creek, near to where Jeremiah was located. This Mary was not the daughter of John and Margaret Frame as that Mary was baptized in 1741/42.  

3. Elizabeth Frame, born: ca 1749 in Augusta Co., Virginia. Elizabeth was baptized on 02 Jul 1749 in Augusta Co., Virginia (List of Baptisms by Rev. John Craig, Augusta Co., VA, 1740-1749, pg. 23), married James Morrow. James was born on 06 Jun 1740 in Virginia, the son of David Morrow. Elizabeth and James migrated to Kentucky from Virginia ca 1775 (Genealogies of Kentucky Families). Elizabeth died on 10 Oct 1814, and James died on 15 Oct 1800, both in Clark Co., Kentucky. Their children were (Thank you Don Norman):

     a. William Morrow, born: 1774, VA, died 1835. He married Nancy Field.

     b. James Morrow, born: 1775, VA or KY

     c. Thomas Morrow, born:  1777, KY

     d. Jane Morrow, born: 04 Jan 1778 in Virginia. She married James Browning, Col. ca 1795. James was born on 02 October 1768, the son of James Browning and Susannah Hickman. Jane and James made their home on a farm in Clark Co., Kentucky.  Jane died on 04 Jan 1864, and James died on 07 Jul 1825 (Genealogies of Kentucky Families, pg. 184), they both are buried in the Browning Cemetery, Clark Co., Kentucky (findagrave.com). Children: Elizabeth, Mary L., Lucinda, Matilda, Franklin M., William P., Addison, and Edwin C. Browning.

     e. John Morrow, born: 1785, KY

     f. Robert Morrow, born: 1787, KY. He married Margaret Trimble. Children: Miranda Morrow.

     g. Mary Morrow, born: 1788, KY

     h. Elizabeth Morrow, born: 1790, KY

     i. Christopher Morrow, born:  1791, KY. He married twice. He married first to Louan Bush on 12 Jun 1814 in Clark Co., KY. Louan was born in 1794 in Virginia, the daughter of William Bush and Frances Tandy. She died on 10 Mar 1843, and is buried in the Washington Cemetery, Glasgow, Howard Co., MO (findagrave.com). Christopher married second to Elizabeth B. Monroe on 23 Jul 1845 in Linn Co., MO. Christopher died on 02 May 1865 and is also buried in the Washington Cemetery, Glasgow, Howard Co., MO (findagrave.com). Children: Elizabeth Morrow.

4. *Jeremiah Frame, (See 3rd Generation), born: 16 July 1752 in Augusta Co., Virginia.

5. William Frame, born: ca 1754 in Augusta Co., Virginia. William was a Pvt. in the Revolutionary War, and was a Col. in the War of 1812. William was listed in the 1792 Clark Co., Kentucky Tax Rolls. He owned 65 acres of land located on the Clinch River in Washington Co., Virginia. William and his family was listed in the 1800 Clark Co., Kentucky Census, and the 1810 Clark Co., Kentucky Census with 1 male under 10, 1 male 10-15, 1 male 16-25, 1 male 45+, 2 females under 10, 1 female 10-15, 1 female 16-25, and 1 female 26-44. Williams wife died after the 1810 census and before 1811. Note: I would like to that Mary Tuxhorn for her tremendous contributions to this line as well as Ron Frame for their efforts have made us all much richer. Their children were:

     a. Anthony Frame, b: Unknown

     b. James Frame, b: 1775, Augusta Co., VA. He married Elizabeth Rogers on 10 Dec 1801 in Montgomery Co., KY. Elizabeth was born ca 1780 (1830 Census 40-50 yrs) probably in KY. James was listed in 1810 Adams Co., OH Tax List with 100 acres of land, and was a Pvt. in the War of 1812 under Capt. Alexander in the 1st OH Militia. Their family was listed in the 1830 Huntington, Brown Co., OH Census with 1 male under 5, 2 males 10-15, 1 male 20-30, 1 male 50-60, 1 female under 5, 1 female 15-20, 1 female 20-30, and 1 female 40-50, and the 1840 Byrd, Brown Co., OH Census records with 1 male 15-20, 2 males 20-30, 1 male 60-70, 1 female 10-15, and 1 female 50-60. James died ca 1846 in Brown Co., OH. Their children were: (findagrave.com), Patterson, Eliza, Jane, Elizabeth, William Kincaid, James, Robert W., and Louisa A. Frame.

     c. John Frame, b: Unknown

     d. Rebecca Frame, b: 22 Dec 1791, Clark Co., KY. She married James Holliday on 07 Mar 1819 in Clark Co., KY. James was born on 28 Dec 1779 in Somerset Co., PA, the son of James Holliday. Their family was listed in the 1820 Harrison Co., IN Census with 2 males under 10, 1 male 26 to 44, 1 female 10-15, 1 female 26-44, and 1 female 45+, the 1830 Boone, Harrison Co., IN Census with 2 males under 5, 2 males 5-9, 1 male 10-14, 1 male 50-59, 1 female under 5, 1 female 5-9, and 1 female 30-39, the 1840 Boone, Harrison Co., IN Census with 1 male 5-9, 2 males 10-14, 2 males 15-19, 1 male 20-29, 1 male 50-59, 1 female 5-9, 1 female 10-14, 1 female 15-19, and, 1 female 40-49, the 1850 Dist. 45, Harrison Co., IN Census, and the 1860 Boone, Harrison Co., IN Census. Rebecca died on 24 Mar 1871, and James died on 08 Sep 1870. They both are buried in the Marsh Burying Grounds, Laconia, Harrison Co., IN (findagrave.com). Their children were: James, Joseph, Susan, William, Rebecca, Thomas, Henry Columbus, Mary Ann, and Alexander T. Holliday.

     e. William Frame, b: 02 Aug 1794, Clark Co., KY. He married Margaret Kelley, born 1811 in Kentucky. Their family was listed in the 1840 Scott Co., IL Census with 1 male 30-39, 1 male 40-49, 2 females 15-19, and 1 female 20-29, the 1850 Twp 14 Range 12, Scott Co., IL Census, and the 1860 Scott Co., IL Census records. William died on 08 Sep 1864 in Scott Co., IL and is buried in the Frame Cemetery, Winchester, Scott Co., IL (findagrave.com). I could not find Margaret in the 1870 Census, but she was listed in the 1880 Winchester, Scott Co., IL Census records living with her son William Joseph Frame. William and Margarets children were: William Joseph and Benjamin Frame.

     f. Anne Frame, b: 1797, Clark Co., KY. She married Richard Richards on 20 Sep 1824 in Clark Co., KY. Richard was born on 02 Apr 1802 in VA. Their family was listed in the 1830 Boone, Harrison Co., IN Census with 2 males under 5, 1 male 20-29, 1 female 5-9, and 1 female 30-39, and the 1840 Winchester, Scott Co., IL Census with 1 male under 5, 1 male 5-9, 2 males 10-14, 1 male 30-39, and 1 female 30-39. Jane died on 14 Aug 1847 in Scott Co., IL. Richard was listed in the 1850 Scott Co., IL Census as a widower. He married second to Jane Sharpe. Richard died on 30 May 1871 and is buried in the Winchester City Cemetery, Winchester, Scott Co., IL (findagrave.com). Richard and Anne's children were: William, Sanford, and Thomas Richards.

     g. Benjamin Frame, b: 20 Sep 1798, Clark Co., KY. He married Elizabeth Kelley on 04 Aug 1829 in Clark Co., KY. Elizabeth was born on 12 Nov 1811 in KY the daughter of Alexander Kelley and Mary Evans. Their family was listed in the 1850 Scott Co., IL Census. Benjamin was also listed in the 1855 Naples, Scott Co., IL Census, and the 1860 Twp 13, Range 12, Scott Co., Illinois Agricultural Census. Benjamin died on 23 Dec 1862, and Elizabeth died on 24 Dec 1862. They both are buried in the Frame Cemetery, Winchester, Scott Co., IL (findagrave.com). Their children were:

     h. Elizabeth Frame, b: 1800, Clark Co., KY. She married Nathan Boone Goe. Nathan was born on 28 Jan 1791 in KY, the son of Philip Goe and Rebecca Boone, and the grandson of Daniel Boone. Their family was listed in the 1830 Clark Co., KY Census with 2 males under 5, 1 male 20-30, 1 male 30-39, 2 females under 5, 1 female 5-9, and 1 female 20-29, the 1840 Clark Co., KY Census with 2 males 5-9, 2 males 10-14, 1 male 40-49, 3 females under 5, 1 female 5-9, 2 females 15-19, and 1 female 30-39. Their family was then listed in the 1860 Estill Co., KY Census. Nathan died in 1862. Elizabeth was listed in the 1880 Dist. 5, Lee Co., KY Census records living with her son in law Joseph Arnold. Elizabeth died in 1882. Both Elizabeth and Nathan are buried in the Goe Cemetery, Lee Co., KY (findagrave.com). Their children were (findagrave.com): Isabel, Susan, Ambrose, James, Celia, Benjamin Turner, Mary Frances and Darkus Goe.

     i. Peter Frame, b: 26 Dec 1804, Clark Co., KY. He married Rachel Kelley on 28 Jul 1847 in Scott Co., IL. Rachel was born in Oct 1823 in KY the daughter of Alexander Kelley and Mary Evans. Their family was listed in the 1850 Scott Co., IL Census, and the 1860 Twp 13 Range 12, Scott Co., IL Census records. Peter died on 16 Jan 1864 and Rachel died on 25 Dec 1862 (findagrave.com). They both are buried in the Frame Cemetery, Winchester, Scott Co., IL. Their children were: Mary, Annette, Elizabeth, Emily Jane, Matilda, and Erin Belle Frame.

     j. Jane Frame, b: 09 Oct 1807, Clark Co., KY. She married Alexander Hawk on 06 Feb 1840 in Scott Co., IL. Alexander was born on 14 Feb 1816 in IL, the son of Robert Hawk and Frances Raimey. Their family was listed in the 1850 Scott Co., IL Census, the 1860 and 1870 Twp 15, Range 12, Scott Co., IL Census records. Jane died on 01 Jul 1871, and Alexander died on 23 Jun 1863. They both are buried in the Hawk Cemetery, Winchester, Scott Co., IL (findagrave.com). Their children were: Sarah Ann, Frances Elizabeth, California "Callie", William, John, and George Hawk.

     William married second to Mrs. Rebecca Moore on 30 Apr 1811 in Clark Co., Kentucky. Rebecca was born in 1792 in Kentucky. Their family was listed in the 1830 Clark Co., Kentucky Census records with 1 male 5-9, 1 male 10-14, 1 male 20-29, 1 male 60-69, 2 females under 5, 1 female 5-9, 1 female 20-29, and 1 female 30-39. William died on 08 Aug 1835 in Morgan Co., Illinois, and is buried in the Miller Cemetery, Winchester, Scott Co., Illinois. Rebecca was listed in the 1835 Morgan Co., Illinois Census with with 2 males 10-20, 2 females under 10, 3 females 10-20, and 2 females 30-40, the 1840 Winchester, Scott Co., Illinois Census with 1 female 10-14, 2 females 15-19, and 1 female 40-49, and the 1850 Twp 6 S 2 W, Pike Co., Illinois living with her daughter Julie Ann Shaw's family. Rebecca died in 1862 and is buried in the Montezuma Cemetery, Montezuma, Pike Co., Illinois. William and Rebecca's children were:

     k. Samuel Frame, b: 1817, Clark Co., KY. He married Martha "Patsey" Jackson on 11 Nov 1811 in Scott Co., IL. Martha was born in 1827 in Tennessee. Their family was listed in the 1850 Scott Co., Illinois Census records. Samuel and Patsey must have died before the 1860 Census was taken as their children were living with their grandparents William and Elizabeth Jackson in the 1860 Twp 13 Range 12, Scott Co., Illinois Census records. Samuel and Patsey's children were: William, Elizabeth Isabell, Jeremiah H., Mary A., Rebecca, and Samuel Fielding Frame.

     l. Mary Ann "Polly" Frame, b: 1822, Clark Co., KY. She married William Crabtree on 21 Mar 1844 in Scott Co., IL. William was born on 11 Sep 1820 in Kentucky, the son of William C. and Catherine Crabtree. Their family was listed in the 1850 Scott Co., IL Census, the 1860 and 1870 Twp 13 Range 13, Scott Co., IL Census, and the 1880 Bloomfield Scott Co., IL Census records. William died on 05 Oct 1892. Mary was listed in the 1900 Glasgow, Scott Co., IL Census records. Mary died in 1910. Both Mary and William are buried in the Claywell Cemetery, Winchester, Scott Co., IL. Their children were: Joel C., Lucy Ann, William C., Margaret, John Monroe, John, Warren, Lewis, and George Washington Crabtree.

     m. Fielden/Fielding Frame, b: 1823, Clark Co., KY. He married Hester Griffin. Hester was born in 1817, KY. Their family was listed in the Township 6 S 2 W, Pike Co., IL Census, and he 1860 Montezuma, Pike Co., IL Census records. Fielden must have died before the 1870 Census as Hester was living with their daughter and son in law in the 1870 Montezuma, Pike Co., IL Census. Hester was lastly listed in the 1880 Lake, Vernon Co., MO Census records. Their children were: Emily J., Groveline, and Hester A. Frame.

     n. Margaret Ann Frame, b: 1824, Clark Co., KY. She married Lewis Farrington. Lewis was born in 1818 in NC. Their family was listed in the 1850 Twp 6 S 2 W, Pike Co., IL Census and the 1860 Montezuma, Pike Co., IL Census records. I could not find their family in the 1870 Census, but did find Lewis in the 1880 Summer Hill, Pike Co., IL Census records. Their children were: Polly A., Jennette, Rebecca, and Albert Frame.

     o. Julia Ann Frame, b: 09 Jan 1826, Clark Co., KY. She married Noble Shaw on 02 Oct 1845 in Scott Co., Illinois. Noble was born in 1819 in NC. Their family was listed in the 1850 Twp 6 S 2 W, Pike Co., IL, and the 1870 and 1880 Montezuma, Pike Co., IL Census records. Julie died on 06 Oct 1920, and Noble died in 1897. They both are buried in the Douglas Cemetery, Milton, Pike Co., IL. Their children were: Mary, William Thomas, Sarah, Ada Ann, James A., John, Erita, Francis M., Daniel B., and Virgil Shaw.

     p. Lucy Ann Frame, b: 16 Apr 1830, Clark Co., KY. She married Franklin Morton. Franklin was born in 1824 in NC. Their family was listed in the 1850 Twp 6 S 2 W, Pike Co., IL. Franklin died on 07 Feb 1861. Lucy was listed in the 1880 and 1900 Montezuma, Pike Co., IL Census records. Lucy died on 22 Jan 1909 in Pike Co., IL. They both are buried in the Montezuma Cemetery, Montezuma, Pike Co., IL. Their children were: Thomas Tucker, Martha, Hester, George W., Delia, and Lelia Morton.

6. John Frame, born: ca 1756, Augusta Co., Virginia. He married Nancy ____ (many state Donaldson). John was listed in the 1792 and 1800 Montgomery Co., Kentucky Tax Lists. Their family was listed in the 1810 Montgomery Co., Kentucky Census records with 3 males 16-25, 1 male 45+, 1 female 10-15, 1 female 16-25, and 1 female 45 +. I have no further information on the family except for their children. They were:

     a. Samuel L. Frame, b: 1779, Clark Co., KY, d: single 25 Jun 1857, Montgomery Co., KY. Willed his personal Estate to his sister Margaret L. Frame.

     b. William J. Frame, b: 1781, Clark Co., KY

     c. Jane Frame, b:1787, Clark Co., KY. She married Joseph Clark.

     d. John Frame, b: 30 Mar 1788, Clark Co., KY. He married Elizabeth Yocum. Elizabeth was boron on 03 Jan 1796 in Kentucky, the daughter of George Washington Yocum. John died on 19 Sep 1869, and Elizabeth died on 11 Jul 1878. They both are buried in the Confidence Cemetery, Confidence, Wayne Co., IA (findagrave.com). Children: William George, Nancy, and Joseph A. Frame.

     e. Susan Frame, b: 1789, Clark Co., KY

     f. Margaret L. Frame, b: 1796, Clark Co., KY. She was single in the 1860 Montgomery Co., KY Census records.

7. Sarah Frame, born: 1761, Augusta Co., Virginia. She married James Magill on 03 Aug 1872 in Rockbidge Co., Virginia. James was born on 12 Apr 1753 in Augusta Co., Virginia, the son of John Magill and Mary Patterson. Their family was listed in the 1810 Lincoln, Lincoln Co., Kentucky Census with 1 male 10-15, 2 males 16-25, 1 male 45+, 4 females 16-25, and 1 female 45+. Sarah died on 18 Feb 1818 in Lincoln Co., Kentucky. James died on 29 Sep 1923 in Lincoln Co., Kentucky. Their children were:

     a. Samuel Patterson Magill, b: 16 Oct 1783 in KY. He married Nancy Shackleford on 29 Sep 1818 in Wayne Co., KY. Nancy was born on 20 Dec 1792 in KY. Samuel died on 06 Apr 1865 and Nancy died on 23 Feb 1865. They both are buried in the Magill Cemetery, Burnet, Burnet Co., TX. Children: William Harrison, James Patterson Magill.

     b. Polly Magill, b: 19 Mar 1785 in KY. She married twice. She married first to David Gooch 0n 10 Feb 1817 in Lincoln Co., KY. She married second to Hiram Hocker on 19 Feb 1827. Their family was listed in the 1830 Lincoln Co., KY Census.

     c. Elizabeth "Betsy" Magill, b: 08 Jun 1786 in KY. She married Edward Huffman on 16 Jun 1814 in Lincoln Co., KY. Their family was listed in the 1820 Barren Co., KY Census with 2 males under 10, 1 male 26-44, 1 female under 10, and 1 female 26-44, the 1830 Garrard Co., KY Census with 2 males 5-9, 1 male 30-39, 2 females under 5, 1 female 10-14, and 1 female 40-49, and the 1840 Barren Co., KY Census with 1 male 10-14, 1 male 20-29, 1 male 40-49, 1 female 10-14, 1 female 15-19, and 1 female 40-49.

     d. William Magill, b: 28 Feb 1788 in KY. He married Nancy Unity Gooch on 16 Dec 1811. Unity was born in 1792 in Virginia, the daughter of Liner Gooch and Rhoda Turner. William must have died before the 1830 Census was taken as Nancy was listed as head of household.

     e. John M. Magill, b: 10 Oct 1789, Lincoln Co., KY. He married Mrs. Susannah Gooch Groom (widow of William Groom) on 08 Jan 1827. John was one of the Administrators to William Groom's Estate.

     f. Susannah Magill, b: 17 Jun 1792, KY. She married John L. Gooch on 11 Jun 1811 in Lincoln Co., KY. John was born in 1783 in Virginia, the son of Liner Gooch and Rhoda Turner. Susannah died in 1870 and John died in 1844. They both are buried in the Double Springs Cemetery, Waynesburg, Lincoln Co., KY (findagrave.com). Children: Emily, Mary A., Liner, James P., William D., and Elizabeth Gooch.

     g. Naomi Magill, b: 02 Aug 1794 KY. She married Dabney Gooch on 16 Jul 1822 in Lincoln Co., KY. Dabney was born on 22 Feb 1786 in Virginia, the son of Liner Gooch and Rhoda Turner. He had previously been married to Ruth Dunn. Naomi died sometime after the 1860 Census was taken. Dabney was listed in the Mortality Schedules Dec 1859. Children: Allen, Sarah, Milton, and Stephen Gooch.

     h. James Magill, b: 16 Feb 1798, KY. He married Martha Patsey Fuller on 25 Aug 1843 in Crawford Co., Illinois. Martha was born on 04 Mar 1805 in Illinois, the daughter of Thomas Fuller and Susannah Torrance. James died on 30 Oct 1865, and Nancy died on 10 Oct 1878. They both are buried in the Fuller Cemetery, Crawford Co., Illinois (findagrave.com). Children: Allen G., William M., Elizabeth, Margaret J., and Sarah Magill.

8. Mary Frame, born: ca 1762, Augusta Co., Virginia

     More information on William Frame:

     From the Chalkley's Chronicles 1751 - 1752:   Petiton for road from John Davis's Mill to Woods's Gap, or to the road now clearing over the mountain near said Gap:  William Frame among many others listed.

     From the Chalkley's Chronicles Pg. 178, 19 April 1755:   William Frame was named as co-administrator of Matthew Irwin's Will.

     From the Chalkley's Chronicles Pg. 102, 10 June 1772:  William Frame appraised the Estate of Jane Patterson.

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