Facts and Events
William Frame was one of the Early Settlers of Augusta County, Virginia
Early Land Acquisition in Augusta County, VA
Disposition of Land from Chalkley's:
- Page 45.--3d May, 1783. Jeremiah Frame, son and heir-at-law of William Frame, deceased, to Thomas Graham. Delivered: James Graham, son of Thomas, 14th April, 1787.
Processioning List of 1760
- "Processioning" was the periodic review and agreement of property lines between settler's lands. Processioning Lists are useful in determining the general area of a settlers lands and their neighbors at specific time periods:
- Page 272.--1760: Processioned by John Malkem and Alex. Blair, viz: For John Young, for Robert Young, for James Anderson, for Alex. Blair, for John Anderson, for John Francey, for Wm. Cunningham, fnr John McKemy. for Walter Trimble, for Hugh Dever, for John Davies, for _____ Doughlas, for Daniel Smith, for Bigham's land formerly known by the name of Gragg's, for Gabriel Pickens, for Robert Poage, for Abraham Smith, for Isaiah Shipman, for David Robiston, for Silas Hart, for John Cunningham, for Henry Smith, for Widow Ramsey, for Thomas Woodal, for Moses Hall, for Andrey McCown, for James Bell, for Edward Erwin, for Alex. Craig, for Wm. Frame, for Thos. Waterson, for Francis Brown, for John King, for John Searight, for John Kear, for Hugh Campbell, for Alex. Kile, for Robert Fowler, for James Gamble, for James Leeper, Sr. and Jr., for James Blair, for Edward Erwin's land formerly known as Brownlee's place, for Adam Stevenson, for Umphrey's place on North River, for Stevenson's place they live on, for Jacob and Christian Roleman, for John Malcom, for William Flimen, for Charles Campbell, for Robert Campbell, for William Brown, for Widow and John and James Alexander, for Michael Dickey, for James Young, for James Patterson, for Andrew Erwin, for John Erwin, for Edward Erwin, for Francis Erwin, for Hugh Campbell, Jr., for James McGill, for Robert Brown, for James Young.
Records of William Frame in Augusta County, VA
From Chalkley's Augusta County Records:
- Vol. 1 - MAY 28, 1751. -(574) Road ordered from John Davis's mill to Wood's New Cleared Gap, and John King, with Andrew Erwin, John McGill, Wm. McGill, Robert Fowler, Hugh Campbell, John Erwin, Edward Erwin, Robert Carscaden, Francis Erwin, Edward Erwin, Wm. Frame, Benj. Erwin, Charles Campbell, Robert Campbell, Wm. Brown, Michael Dickey, Robert Brown. Henry Smith, Hugh Diver, Charles Diver, David McCummins, John Davis, Danl. Smith, James Anderson, John Francis, Wm. Alexander, Robert Gamble, Andrew Combe, James Patterson, Francis Brown, Gabriel Pickens, keep it in repair.
- Vol. 1 - 1751. - Petition for road from John Davis's Mill to Woods's Gap, or to the road now clearing over the mountain near said Gap: Andrew Erwin, Robert Fowler, Edward Erwin, Francis Ervin, Charles Campbell, Michael Dickey, Hugh Diver, John Davies, John Francis, Andrew McCombe, John Magill, Hugh Campbell, Robert Carskadan, William Frame, Robert Campbell, Robert Brown, Charles Diver, Daniel Smith, William Alexander, James Patterson, William Magill, John Erwine, Edward Erwine, Benjamin Erwin, William Brown, Henry Smith, David McCammis, James Anderson, Robert Gamble, Francis Brown, Gabriel Pickens.
- Page 178.--19th April, 1755. Mathew Erwin's will: to wife, Elizabeth; to daughter, Gennet Erwin, alias Johnson; to daughter, Jean Erwin, alias Jamison; to daughter, Agnes; to daughter, Mary Erwin, alias Francis; to daughter, Ellinor Erwin, alias Patterson; to daughter, Elizabeth Erwin; to daughter, Ann Erwin, alias Anderson. Executrix, wife Elizabeth. John Francis to be overseer. Teste: James Bell, Alex. Blair, Edward Warner. Proved, 18th August, 17G2, by Bell and Warner. Elizabeth refuses to execute. Administration granted John Francis, who qualifies, with James Bell, William Frame.
- Page 398.--16th March, 1757. Thomas Berry and Esther ( ) to James Trotter £60, two tracts adjoining each other and the line of Beverley Manor and Borden's tract: 1st, 82 acres in Beverley Manor, cor. James Loosk, patent line; cor. lines of Patrick Cook; cor. Borden's tract and Beverley Manor; 2d, 218 acres in James Loosk's line; Beverley Manor patent line and Borden's tract; cor. Samuel McCutchen; cor. James Shields, both conveyed to Thomas, 15th March, 1754, by Ro. Robinson and Isabella. Teste: Wm. Frame, James Bell, Jno. McPheetters. Delivered: Jno. Davis, 1758.
- Page 164.--15th February, 1763. David Frame to Margaret Frame, £6, 150 acres on south branch of Naked Creek. Teste: James and William Frame and John Botkin. Delivered: Margaret Frame, 28th October, 1768.
- Page 445.--20th May, 1766. William Watterson to John King, £17, 200 acers on southeast side Naked Creek, beginning John King's land above a mill pond. Teste: Wm. Frame, James Gambell, Samuel McCutchan. Delivered: John King, 22d May, 1769.
- Page 104.---24th July, 1769. William, John and Samuel Craig to James Gamble, £45, 247 acres in 2 tracts; 202 acres is part of 335 acres patented to Alexander Craig, 10th September, 1765, the other 45 acres patented to Alexander 5th June, 1765, which he devised by will dated 1st May, 1764, to wife Margaret and sons William and John; but Margaret has since deceased, the sole property descended to William and John, on a branch of Middle River, said Gamble's old corner. Tract of 45 adjoins above, hill near Craig's old house; corner to Alexander Blays; William Frame's line. Teste: John Archer, Rebecca ( ) Archer, William Frame. Delivered: James Gamwell, December, 1770. (Signed in this order, Samuel, William, John.)
- Page 102.--10th June, 1772. Jane Patterson's estate appraised by John Blair, James Gambel, Robert Young, William Frame.
- Page 166.--14th July, 1776. James Gamble's will--To wife, Agness, tract cor. Alex. Blair; cor. the land that was Alex. Craig, Sr.'s; the spring house that belonged to Alex. Craig, Jr.; cor. John Young; cor. James Anderson; to son, Robert, tract cor. Alex. Blair, cor. Alex Craig, Sr.; to son, John, land on both sides Middle River; to daughters, Sarah, Agness, Elizabeth, Esther. Executors, John Poage and beloved brother Thomas Bell and son Robert Gamble. Teste: James Bell, William Frame, William Young. Proved, 15th May, 1781, by the witnesses, and Robert Gamble qualifies.
- Vol. 1 - MAY, 1779 (A). - Isaac Zane vs. Wm. Frame.--Petition on account, 1767 to 1774. Writ, 28th March, 1774. Defendant is Widow Frame's son and lives near Stone Meeting House.
Information on William Frame
William Frame born ca 1725 in Pennsylvania, married Susanna (Erwin?) ca 1745 in Augusta Co., Virginia. Susanna was born in 1727, the daughter of Matthew Erwin and Elizabeth Patterson. William owned 400 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. 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 were:
- 1. Esther Frame, born: ca 1746 in Augusta Co., Virginia. Esther was baptized on 23 Jan 1746/47 in Augusta Co., Virginia.
- 2. Jennett Frame, born: ca 1747 in Augusta Co., Virginia. Jennett was baptized on 19 Jul 1747 in Augusta Co., Virginia. 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, married James Morrow. James was born ca 1752. Elizabeth and James migrated to Kentucky from Virginia ca 1775 (Genealogies of Kentucky Families). Their children were (Thank you Don Norman):
- a. William Morrow, born: 1774, VA
- 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. 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, both in Clark Co., Kentucky. (Genealogies of Kentucky Families, pg. 184). Children: 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
- 4.Jeremiah Frame, (See 3rd Generation), born: 16 July 1752 in 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 appraied the Estate of Jane Patterson.
m. 1745 William FRAME Susannah ——
b. abt 1725
d. between 1781 and 1783, Augusta County, Virginia
br. b. abt 1727
d. 29 Aug 1814, Clark County, Kentucky
- Esther FRAME
- Jennet FRAME
- Elizabeth FRAME
- Jeremiah FRAME <
- William FRAME
- John FRAME
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