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Genealogical records of Jeremiah Frame

contributed by Margaret Dunning Chapter, Daughters of American Colonists, Topeka, Kansas : prepared by Mrs. John Patrick Feighny
Books/Monographs/Book with Digital Images
English
1963
[3] leaves.

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Photocopy of original, 2008.

Photocopy of ms. transcription of Frame Bible records.

Includes Frame, McGill, Snodgrass, Counts, Fall, Strader, and related families.

Jeremiah Frame (1752-1828), of Jackson Twp., Preble Co., Ohio, was a soldier in the Revolutionary War. He came to Ohio from Augusta Co., Virginia, and was the son of William and Susannah Frame. While still in Virginia, in 1777, he married Elizabeth McGill (1755-1843). By 1782 they were in Kentucky and were in Ohio by 1815.

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