Fayette and Bourbon Counties, Kentucky - Daughter Elizabeth Magill married Patriot Jeremiah Frame and raised a family in Bourbon and Fayette counties in Kentucky. Elizabeth Magill and Jeremiah Frame relocated to Preble County, Ohio about 1816, after a dispute over land in Fayette County.
Son John Magill authored The Pioneer to the Kentucky Emigrant, published in Frankfort, Kentucky in 1832. His 1838 letter to nephew Caleb Magill has helped researchers better understand this family. John Magill was associated with John Bradford, publisher of The Kentucke Gazette.
Preble County, Ohio - Jeremiah Frame died in Preble County, Ohio in 1828, with Elizabeth Magill surviving him until 1843. Both are buried in the Frame Cemetery in Jackson Township. Of Jeremiah and Elizabeth's nine children who reached adulthood, six remained in the Preble County area for the remainder of their lives:
- Samuel Frame and first wife Elizabeth Martin and second wife Mary "Polly" Hornbaker, widow of brother John Frame.
- John Frame died in 1828 and his widow Mary "Polly" Hornbaker second married brother Samuel Frame.
- Mary Frame and husband Joseph Snodgrass.
- Rachel Frame and husband Thomas Tomlinson.
- Susannah Frame and husband Peter Fall.
- Silas Frame and first wife Polly Strader and second wife Wealthy Ammerman.
- William Frame and his wife Margaret "Peggy" Jarrett settled in Porter County, Indiana about 1834.
- James Frame and wife Susannah Bradshaw lived for a time in Vermilion County, Illinois, but finally settled in Lafayette County, Wisconsin.
- Elizabeth Frame married Jacob Counts and relocated to Miami County, Ohio.