Source: Anti-Slavery Bugle (Lisbon OH), Sep 15, 1855, p. 3, OBITUARY:

Departed this life, on the morning of the 4th of August, at his residence in North Manchester, Indiana, JAMES FRAME, aged near sixty years.

During the protracted suffering which preceded his death (caused by erysipelas) he manifested much Christian calmness and composure, often expressed his willingness to depart, and as his dissolution drew nigh, he settled his business, took leave of his family and friends, and full of the hope and faith in which he had lived, when about launching into eternity, he exclaimed, "Glory to God in the highest, peace on earth, and good will to men." Just at the close of his long and eventful life, he sealed the testimony which he had ever borne, that the faith that is good to live by will do to die by; and like a shock of grain fully ripe, he is gathered to his fathers, his happy spirit borne by angels to their seraphic homes.

He lived and died a member of the Society of Friends. For many years previous to his settlement in Indiana, in 1851, he had resided in Green Plain, Clark Co., Ohio, and was one of the faithful few who opposed the tyranny of Indiana Yearly Meeting towards Green Plain Quarterly Meeting, because its members were true to the principles of anti-slavery, which the Society had long professed to cherish.

Though since his residence in Indiana, he has been in measure deprived of the religious association of former years, yet his interest in the progress of the principles of truth, as taught by the Society of friends, remained to the last.