NameWilliam FRAME
Birth8 Sep 1745, Tinkling Spring Presbyterian Church, Augusta County, Virginia850, p. 474.
Residence1784, Fayette County, Kentucky2832, v. 1, p. 238. Age: 38
Deathbef Nov 1812, Lincoln County, Tennessee2830 Age: 67
MilitaryDunmore’s War, 1774, Captain George Matthews’ Company, Augusta County, Virginia1070
FatherJohn FRAME (-<1750)
Notes for William FRAME

1774 Military Service:1070 William Frame took part in Dunmore’s War for 121 days with Captain George Matthews’ Company from Augusta County, Virginia; brother John Frame1068 served in the same Company.

1779 Legal Matter:559, v. 1, p. 373 (Augusta County Court Records. Order Book No. XXIV, May 1779) 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.

1784 Arrival in Kentucky:2832, v. 1, p. 238. Deposition of William Frame taken 11 January 1804: "In February 1784 the deponent came to James Morrow's about 1/2 mile from this place and remained there until about the month of August in same year and then removed to Boone's creek, about 2 1/2 miles from this place, and there lived about seven years.

1786 Kentucky Land Grant:974, p. 101. On 16 January 1786, William Frame entered a land grant for 1,495 1/2 acres.

1788 Tax List, Fayette County, Kentucky:1066, p. 110. William Frame appears on Fayette County, Kentucky tax list taken 1788.

1790 Tax List, Fayette County, Kentucky:1066, p. 36. William Frame appeared in Fayette County, Kentucky tax list taken 11 January 1790.

1792 Notice in The Kentucky Gazette:1584, p. 61. 1 September 1792, vol. V, no. LI, William Frame, 2 August 1792, living on Howard’s Creek, found a cow.
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