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  • Name William FROST 
    Born Bef 28 Mar 1654  Arbroath, Angus, Scotland Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Christened 28 Mar 1654  Arbroath, Angus, Scotland Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Gender Male 
    Immigration Oct 1684  East NJ on board the ship Thomas and Benjamin, sailing from Montrose, Angus, Scotland Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Name Williame FROST 
    Occupation Carpenter 
    Will 10 Apr 1713  Perth Amboy, Middlesex County, NJ Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Died Bef 1 Dec 1720  Perth Amboy, Middlesex County, NJ Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Probate 1 Dec 1720  Middlesex County, NJ Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Notes 
    • (1) Scotland, Births and Baptisms, 1564-1950:

      Name: Williame Frost
      Gender: Male
      Baptism/Christening Date: 28 Mar 1654
      Baptism/Christening Place: ARBROATH, ANGUS, SCOTLAND
      Birth Date:
      Birthplace:
      Death Date:
      Name Note:
      Race:
      Father's Name: Jon. Frost
      Father's Birthplace:
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      Mother's Name:
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      Indexing Project (Batch) Number: C11272-2
      System Origin: Scotland-ODM
      Source Film Number: 0993331-0993332
      Reference Number:

      (2) The compiler assumes that the Williame FROST who was christened on March 28, 1654 in Arbroath, Angus Scotland was the son of the John (Jhone) FROST who married Elspet MULLEKINS on May 19, 1653 in Arbirlot, Angus, Scotland. The compiler also assumes that the Williame FROST who was christened on March 28, 1654 in Arbroath, Angus, Scotland is the same person as the William FROST who died in 1720 in Perth Amboy, Middlesex County, NJ. There can be no assurance that either of such assumptions is correct.

      (3) Dobson, David, The Original Scots Colonists of Early America: Supplement 1607-1707, Baltimore, MD: Genealogical Publishing Company, 1997, p. 56:

      FROST, ROBERT, an indentured servant imported into East New Jersey by Robert Fullerton 10. 1684. [EJ Deeds, Liber A, fo. 195]

      FROST, THOMAS, an indentured servant imported into East New Jersey by Robert Fullerton 10. 1684. [EJ Deeds, Liber A, fo. 195]

      FROST, WILLIAM, an indentured servant imported into East New Jersey by Robert Fullerton 10. 1684. [EJ Deeds, Liber A, fo. 195] . . .

      FULLERTON, ROBERT, Kinnaber, by Montrose[, Angus, Scotland], emigrated from Montrose to East New Jersey on the Thomas and Benjamin, master Thomas Pearson, 6. 1684, settled in New Caesarea, New Jersey, 1. 1685; imported 9 servants into East New Jersey 10. 1684, settled in New York, died 1. 1687, power of attorney 13. 10. 1691. [Insh#250/268] [EJ Deeds Liber A, fo 195, Liber D] [SRO.E72.16.13]

      (4) Dobson, David, Directory of Scottish Settlers in North America, 1625-1825, Vol. V, Baltimore, MD.: Genealogical Publishing Company, 1985:

      P. 53:
      CLARKE JAMES
      Indentured servant imported from Scotland to East New Jersey by Robert Fullerton during October 1684. (EJD/A)

      P. 54:
      CLARKE WILLIAM
      Born c1646. Indentured servant imported from Scotland to East New Jersey in October 1684 by Robert Fullerton. Married Elizabeth . . . born in Scotland 1651, died in New Jersey 1693. Died 25 December 1697. Buried Topanemus cemetery, Monmouth County, New Jersey. (HOT) (EJD/A)

      P. 78:
      DUNN JOHN
      Indentured servant imported from Scotland to East New Jersey by Robert Fullerton in October 1684. (EJD/A)

      P. 94:
      FROST ROBERT
      Indentured servant imported from Scotland to East New Jersey in October 1684 by Robert Fullerton. (EJD/A)

      P 95:
      FROST THOMAS
      Indentured servant imported from Scotland to East New Jersey in October 1684 by Robert Fullerton. (EJD/A)

      FROST WILLIAM
      Indentured servant imported from Scotland to East New Jersey in October 1684 by Robert Fullerton. (EJD/A) . . .

      FULLERTON ROBERT
      Brother of John Fullerton in Angus. Emigrated from Scotland to America. Settled in New York. Died during January 1687. Power of Attorney 13 October 1691. (EJD/D)

      FULLERTON THOMAS
      Brother of John Fullerton in Angus. Emigrated from Scotland to America. Settled in New York. Later c1691 settled in Barbados. (EJD/D)

      P. 113:
      HALIBURTON MARGARET
      Indentured servant imported from Scotland to East New Jersey by Robert Fullerton in October 1684. (EJD/A)

      P. 123:
      HOOKS ROBERT
      Indentured servant imported from Scotland to East New Jersey by Robert Fullerton during October 1684. (EJD/A)

      P. 159:
      SKENE, JOHN, born 1649 son of Alexander Skene of Newtyle, a baillie and merchant in Aberdeen, and Lillias Gillespie, educated at Marischal College, Aberdeen, 1663, [MCA#229]; a merchant in Aberdeen, purchased land in West New Jersey 1664, [NYGBR#XXX]; a Quaker, with Helen Fullerton his wife and family emigrated from Aberdeen on the Golden Hind of London, arrived in Delaware 10.1682, settled in Peachfield, Burlington County, member of the Council of West New Jersey 1683, Deputy Governor of West New Jersey 1685, died 1687. [KCA#2.229] [MSS#77]

      P. 301:
      WALKER, JAMES
      And his wife Isabel Johnstone. Indentured servants imported from Scotland to East New Jersey by Thomas Gordon in October 1684. Sold to Samuel Moore. Headright land grant in 1689. (EJD/A/B159)

      WALKER JANET
      Indentured servant imported from Scotland to East New Jersey by Robert Fullerton during October 1684. (EJD/A)

      (5) http://www.uftree.com/UFT/WebPages/DavidPearson/PEARSON/:

      One branch of the Pearsons of Angus was a seafaring family, according to maritime records. . . . Taking a break from his voyages to European ports, Thomas Pearson in 1684 skippered the good ship "Thomas and Benjamin" to "East New Jersey" with local families emigrating to the New Continent.

      (6) http://www.dmcsoft.com/tamh:

      Vessel: Thomas and Benjamin
      Departed for: East New Jersey
      Voyage Date: 00-08-1684
      Source Reference: E72.16.13
      Comments: Took local families most Quakers, including Mudies and Fullertons.
      (Voyage ID#986 / Position: Master)

      Mariner: Pearson, Thomas
      Title: Skipper
      Home Port: Montrose [Angus, Scotland]
      Misc: RD2.66.347(1685); RD2.66.940(1687); RD3.68.197(1688); RD2.77.664(1694) RD4.69.779(1691); RD4.76.1003(1690); RD4.51.376(1682);

      Voyage Details
      Vessel: Thomas and Benjamin
      Voyage: Departed for East New Jersey
      Date: 00-08-1684

      (7) Nelson, William, Documents Relating to the Colonial History of the State of New Jersey, Vol. XXI, Paterson, NJ: The Press Printing and Publishing Co., 1899:

      p. 65:

      1684 Oct. __ List of servants, brought into the Province by Robert Fullerton: Margerett Holybourtonne, William Frost, Janett Walker, Robert and Thomas Frost, Robt Hooks, James and William Clarke, John Done, all servants to Robert Fullerton. By John Campbell, who brought wife and three children: Robert Moore, Alexander Mickle, Alex. Scott, Collin and Robert Campbill, Saml and Ezabell Mathew, Patrick Robinson, Margrett Stuere, Mary Still, Mary Mitchell, all indentured for four years. For John Doby: Archabeld Campbell, John Moore, Thomas Dunbarr.

      p. 144:

      1699-1700 Jan. 10. Do. [Deed] Thomas Gordon and wife Jannet of Perth Amboy to William Frost of said place, carpenter, for a lot there, 6 by 10 chains, E. grantor, S. a street, W. David Falconer, N. William Thomson, formerly George Willoks, as per patent of April 20, 1696.

      p. 153:

      1702 Dec. 10. Do. [Patent] to William Frost of Perth Amboy, for a town lot, E. John Reid, W. John Molleson, S. a street, N. a road.

      p. 203:

      1692-3 Jan. 17. Do. [Confirmation] to John Lainge of Middlesex Co., in right of headland for Arthur Simson, John Broun, William Davidson and John McKenzie, __ of 100 acres in said Co., N. John Barclay, W. the Bound Brook, S. William Frost.

      p. 204

      1692-3 Jan. 13. Do. [Confirmation] to William Frost of Perth Amboy, carpenter, as head land for himself, wife and two children, 100 acres in Middlesex Co., E. Woodbridge pretended line, S. unsurveyed land, W. the Bound Brook, N. W. John Laing.

      p. 240:

      1695-6 March 16. Will of Thomas Carhartt of Woodbridge. Wife Mary sole heiress and executrix; sons - John, Robert, William. Real and personal estate. English Smith and Thomas Hawerden, both of N.Y., overseers. Witnesses - John Loofbourrow, Jonathan Donham, William ffrost, Benjamin Griffith. Proved March 26, 1696.

      [Note by compiler: See the information relating to Thomas CARHART elsewhere in this database.]

      pp. 245-246:

      1692 Nov. 15. Indenture of service. James, son of William Frost of Amboy Perth, carpenter, to James Walker of Woodbridge, weaver, as apprentice for 13 years.

      [Note by compiler: Could James WALKER be related to Janet WALKER, who accompanied William FROST on the voyage from Scotland to NJ in 1684? Could James WALKER be the same person as the person who was imported from Scotland to East New Jersey by Thomas GORDON in 1684?]

      p. 277:

      1697-8 Jan. 6. Do. [Patent] to Hugh Dunn of Piscataway, for 336 acres there, as follows: 1, 120 a., S. W. Hopewell Hull, N. W. unsurveyed, N. E. a great swamp, S. E. a small one or a road; 2, 40 a. S. E. of the first, N. W. Widow Mannen, E. John Langstaff and John Drake, S. W. (sic) the first tract; 3, 160 a., E. Woodbridge line, S. unsurveyed, S. W. Dismall Brook, N. Wm. Frost; 4, 5 a. of meadow, N. Rehoboth Gannett and Capt. Drake, S. Rariton R.; 5, 5 a. of the great meadow, N. Capt. Francis Drake, S. E. Andrew Wooden, N. E. John Langstaffe, S. W. John Martine senior; 6, 5 a., W. Samuel Dotie, S. Rariton R.; E. John Langstaffe, N. Andrew Wooden; 7, 1?? a. in the Bottle Meadow, N. upland, S. Rariton R., E. John Gillman, W. Benjamen Hull.

      p. 285:

      1698 June 16. Patent to John Reid of Hortencie, for a one acre lot in Perth Amboy, E. John Pollog, S. Cove St., W. William Frost, N. Back or North St.

      1698 June 16. Do. [Patent] to William Frost of Perth Amboy, carpenter, for a one acre lot there, 10 by 1 chains, E. John Reid, S. Cove St., W. John Molleson, N. Back or North St. [Condition, that patentee shall build upon the lot within 12 months a mansion or dwelling house 30 f. long, 16 f. wide and 12 f. studd, or else lose the property.]

      p. 307:

      1700 May 30. Deed, endorsed on the patent to William Frost of Perth Amboy, carpenter, for 100 acres on the Bound Brook, Middlesex Co., of February 13, 1692-3 (Liber E, p. 33), whereby said Frost and wife Jennet convey the 100 a. to Alexander Thomson of Summersett Co.

      p. 318:

      1699 Dec. 5. Do. [Deed] Hugh Dunn to John Campbell, both of Piscataway, for 160 acres there, E. Woodbridge line, S. unsurveyed, S. W. Dismall Brook, N. Wm. Frost.

      p. 725:

      OCCUPATIONS.

      Carpenters: . . .

      Frost, Wm. . . .

      (8) Jones, William Northey, The History of St. Peter's Church in Perth Amboy, New Jersey, Perth Amboy, NJ: 1924, p. 19:

      Extracts from minutes of Council of Proprietors of East Jersey held March 31, 1702:

      "Upon petition of William Frost for buying off ye quit rents of his town lott in Perth Amboy, Agreed and ordered that he pay a month's work towards ye building a new or repairing ye proposed church for ye sale."
      (9) Whitehead, William A., Contributions to the Early History of Perth Amboy and Adjoining Country, New York, NY: D. Appleton & Company, 1856:

      pp. 50-51:

      The first charter [of Perth Amboy] was obtained from Governor Robert Hunter, August 24th, 1718; the title of the incorporation being "The Mayor, Recorder, Aldermen and Commonalty of the City of Perth Amboy." The preamble to the grant is as follows:

      "GEORGE, by the grace of God, King of Great Britain, France, and Ireland, Defender of the Faith, &c. To all persons to whom these presents shall come, greeting: Whereas our loving subjects, John Johnstone, Thomas Gordon, John Hamilton, George Willocks, John Barclay, William Eier, John Stevens, William Hodgson, William Frost, Henry Berry, John Sharp, Thomas Turnbull, Andrew Redford, and Alexander Walker, and many other inhabitants in our town of Perth Amboy, in our province of Nova Cesarea or New Jersey, by their humble petition presented unto our trusty and well beloved Robert Hunter, Esq., our Captain-general and Governor-in-chief of our said province of New Jersey, New York, and tracts of land depending thereon in America, and Vice Admiral of the same, &c., on behalf of themselves and others, the freeholders and inhabitants of the said town, have set forth, that the said town of Perth Amboy is not only the best situation for a place of trade in our said province of New Jersey, and has a harbour for shipping preferable to those in the provinces adjoining, but that it is also the only port appointed for the collecting of our customs in the eastern division of our said province of New Jersey: that the said town hath many years languished under designed and unjust impositions to prevent its growth, to the lots and detriment of the province, until the government happily fell under the care of our said governor's just administration. The petitioners with a due sense of gratitude, thankfully acknowledging its new life and present prospects of becoming a place is to be wholly attributed to our said governor's expensive encouragement and favorable countenance, as also the repeated instances of his benignity during the course of his mild administration, is what gives the petitioners hope their present supplication may prove successful, tho' their request is not to be granted of right, but grace; therefore humbly pray for our royal grant by letters patent, under our great seal of our said province of New Jersey, to incorporate the freeholders, inhabitants of the said town of Perth Amboy, into a Body Corporate and politic, with perpetual succession by what name our said governor shall think fit; as also to grant such immunities and privileges as may be thought requisite for the well ordering and ruling thereof, &c. We, being willing to promote all trade, industry, rule, and good order amongst all our loving subjects, in granting their reasonable request in that behalf: Therefore, know ye, &c."

      p. 212, footnote:

      On Dec. 1st, 1702, six pounds were appropriated by the Proprietors for "repairing the present church until the new church be built;" and Messrs. Willocks and Forster, on condition of paying all of it themselves, had their lots released from quit-rents, For similar releases, William Frost was obliged to give one month's work, and John Reid to pay ten "hard-pieces-of-eight" towards repairing the old, or building a new church - Proprietary Minutes.

      p. 299:

      [I]n 1694, "for the better encouragement of builders of ships and other vessels, within the province" - as if the whole continent should depend upon the skill of Jerseymen - the exportation of any "timber, planks, boards, oakbolts, staves, heading, hoops, or hop poles," was expressly forbidden, excepting to some port "over the broad seas (that is to say) into the Kingdom of England, the West Indies, or to any of the Summer or Wine islands directly, and there to unload the same" - and even to these ports the exportation was incumbered [sic] by the requisition of bonds and other vexatious, restrictions. Inspectors were appointed in all the towns to prevent the infringement of this act, Wm. Frost (November 26th, 1694) being charged with the duty within the bounds of Perth Amboy and Piscataway.

      (10) Miller, George J., Ye Olde Middlesex Courts: the Establishment of an Early Court System in One of the Original Counties of New Jersey, Originally Published: Perth Amboy, NJ: Pickersgill, 1932; Reprinted, Bowie, MD: Heritage Books, Inc., 1986:

      P. 55:

      Immorality was rampant throughout the Province for a number of years. At the opening of the Court Terms in February of 1711 and 1712, May and November, 1713, August and November, 1714, February and August, 1715, the Governor's Proclamation against "immoralitie" was read. A study of the criminal cases discloses that about sixty per cent. of the cases the cases heard by the court were of this nature.

      On May 27, 1712, the record reads: "The Grand Jury came into court again and brought three indictments: (viz) one against Elizabeth Huey for adultery; one against Thomas Frost for fornication; one against Peter Sonmans, Esqr., for contempt of authority. Mr. Vernon moved on behalf of Alexander Griffith, Esqr., Her Majesties attorney general who prosecutes for her Soveraigne Lady, ye Queen, for process on ye three fore-mentioned Indictments," and process was accordingly granted.

      When the Attorney General took no action against those indicted for half a year, the court issued a capias to the Sheriff to bind over the defendants to answer their indictments at the next session.

      At that term, Thomas Frost and Elizabeth Huey had married and upon a trial of the indictments against both of them, the jury brought in a verdict of not guilty. William Frost and William Stone were the witnesses against them.

      P. 65:

      Perth Amboy

      Constables . . .

      William Frost - 1711 to 1717

      P. 66:

      Perth Amboy Office Holders . . .

      Overseers . . .

      Thomas Frost

      (11) Monnette, Orra Eugene, First Settlers of ye Plantations of Piscataway and Woodbridge, Olde East New Jersey - 1664-1714, Los Angeles, CA: The Leroy Carman Press:

      [Note by compiler: Information from this source should be viewed with caution, since the author, Orra Eugene Monnette, sometimes reached erroneous conclusions based upon flimsy evidence. References herein to pages are references to pages in the transcription of this source appearing at Genealogy.com.]

      Part One, 1930:

      pp. 89-93:

      FIRST SETTLERS of PISCATAWAY and WOODBRIDGE, NEW JERSEY.

      The original settlers of Piscataway and Woodbridge, New Jersey, in the strict sense, were the ones who became actual residents, but, in every case, in the absence of positive information from record of actual settlement by immigrants and otherwise, it is difficult to determine a positive locus in each particular instance.

      The major proportion of these first settlers were recruited from three main lines of immigration, namely, (a) direct from England, many of which were importations; (b) Piscataqua Country, New Hampshire, Dover, Portsmouth, Hampton, etc.; (c) Massachusetts, Haverhill, Newbury, Ipswich, etc., a few from Boston, and a few from Plymouth Colony. Some settlers went from Connecticut to Long Island, which, with Staten Island, furnished many contributions to these first settlers.

      However, from the names of patentees of lands, those who took the oaths of allegiance to the Dutch Government, town, court, and other records, the following lists present the heads of families, male (or female) lineage, sons and grandsons in the second and third generations, who were the original founders, settlers and townsmen of these two places. From various sources these names have been gathered, and the particular record and authority in each case are not reviewed here, but are fully substantiated. Some curious misspelling of names are retained.

      The first list includes the miscellaneous names and approximate dates of the records, in many cases indicating the first appearance of the name in connection with the community. Certain persons indicated in this list never actually settled in either community, and no attempt has been made to identify any one in this instance with either Piscataway or Woodbridge. The dates given range in notation from 1664 to 1714. Other records and more definite locations are given in succeeding lists. . . .

      Frost, William - 1692
      Fullerton, Robert - 1684. . . .

      pp. 93-99:

      The following lists of names, Piscataway and Woodbridge, being indicated in each case, contain the names of residents, 1664-1714, as appear from original records and other authority. These may be accepted as practically complete, and evidencing actual settlement, although of temporary duration in a few cases, where the persons returned to Old England, New England, or drifted West and South, as the earlier frontiers were extended through the forests of the back country.

      FIRST SETTLERS OF PISCATAWAY AND WOODBRIDGE, NEW JERSEY.

      PISCATAWAY . . .

      Fullerton, Robert - 1684 . . .

      WOODBRIDGE . . .

      Frost, Sara - 1701. . . .

      [Note by compiler: The compiler does not know who this Sara FROST was.]

      Part Three, 1931:

      p. 64:

      Taking Vol. XXI of Archives, the following additional names (some repetitions) may be allotted to the original first settlers of Perth Amboy. . . .

      Robert Fullartone, 1687, do. ["late of Scotland," now of Amboy Perth]. . . .

      William Frost, do. [of Perth Amboy], 1699-1700. . . .

      which list approximates, with possible omissions, the original settlers of Perth Amboy, before 1700.

      Part Four, 1932:

      pp. 116-130:

      MINUTES of COURT RECORDS, Middlesex County, New Jersey - 1683 - 1712.

      (Prepared from an abstract of the above which is on deposit with the County Clerk of Middlesex County, New Jersey, at New Brunswick.) . . .

      1716 - Robert Frost versus Jno Dagworthy. . . .

      1720 - Jury bring in a verdict against Wm Frost, Jr. for asault [sic] & battery. . . .

      pp. 135-136:

      PERTH AMBOY

      Constables . . .

      William Frost - 1711 to 1717 . . .

      Overseers . . .

      Thomas Frost - 1724 . . .

      Part Five, 1933:

      p. 805:

      CARHART . . .

      1695-6, March 16, Will of Thomas Carhart of Woodbridge. Wife, Mary, sole heiress, and executrix. Sons - John, Robert, William. Real and personal estate. English Smith and Thomas Hawerden, both of N. Y. overseers. Witneses - John Loofbowrow, Jonathan Donham, William ffrost, Benjamin Griffith, Proved March 26, 1696. Letters teste. issued to widow, Mary Carhartt.

      [Note by compiler: See the information about Thomas CARHART elsewhere in this database.]

      Part Six, 1934:

      p. 1182:

      WILLIAM FROST OF P.A. [PERTH AMBOY]

      Had wife, JANET, and he d. 1720, leaving will, dated 1713, April 10, prov. Dec. 1, 1720, naming son, ROBERT, and other children not named. Wife prob. JANNET GORDON, dau. of Thomas and Jannet Gordon, of P.A. (ARCH., Vol. XXIII, p. 175).

      [Note by compiler: This seems to be an instance in which the author, Orra Eugene Monnette, reached a dubious conclusion based upon flimsy evidence. The compiler knows of no child of Thomas GORDON and Janet (MUDIE) GORDON who was named Janet or Jannet. See the information about Thomas GORDON and Janet (MUDIE) GORDON elsewhere in this database.]

      WILLIAM FROST OF W. [WOODBRIDGE]

      It is not poss. to differentiate from that one of the same name at P. A. (supra), but this man had record at W.

      Gave testimony, Mar. 13, 1693, in divorce action of REBECCA SEATON, (vide, ante, PART TWO, p. 288).

      He was of some conseq., and this name persisted in later N.J.

      That he was related to that first WILLIAM FROST, of Conn., by association, with LUKE WATSON, seems certain. (Vide, ante, PART FIVE, p. 722).

      [Note by compiler: This seems to be another instance in which the author, Orra Eugene Monnette, reached a dubious conclusion based upon flimsy evidence. The compiler knows of no relationship between William FROST of Perth Amboy, NJ and Willliam FROST of CT.]

      (12) McGinnis, William Carroll, History of Perth Amboy, New Jersey, 1651-1958, Vol. 1, Perth Amboy, NJ: American Publishing Co., Inc., 1951-1962, p. 36:

      The Charter [of Perth Amboy] named the first persons to hold the offices and they were to hold their offices until the annual election. These were the officers so named: . . .

      Marshall or Sergeant at Mace - William Frost

      (13) New Jersey, Abstract of Wills, 1670-1817 [database online], Provo, UT: Ancestry.com Operations, Inc., 2011:

      William FROST was a witness to the will dated March 16, 1696 of Thomas CARHART of Woodbridge, Middlesex County, NJ. An account of the estate by the decedent's widow, Mary, dated 20 April 1697, shows the payment to William FROST of a debt owed to William by the decedent. [Note by compiler: See the information relating to Thomas CARHART elsewhere in this database.]

      (14) New Jersey, Abstract of Wills, 1670-1817 [database online], Provo, UT: Ancestry.com Operations, Inc., 2011:

      An inventory of the estate of John BROWN of Perth Amboy was made by David HERRIOTT and Wm. FROST on June 1, 1704.

      (15) New Jersey, Abstract of Wills, 1670-1817 [database online], Provo, UT: Ancestry.com Operations, Inc., 2011:

      An account of the estate of English SMITH of Amboy, innholder, by his widow and administratrix, Sarah SMITH, shows a payment to William FROST, apparently in 1708.

      (16) New Jersey, Abstract of Wills, 1670-1817 [database online], Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations, Inc., 2011:

      1713 April 10. Frost, William Frost, of Amboy, Middlesex Co.; will of. Wife Jannet, son Robert and other children, names not given; bequest to Minister and Wardens of the Church of England at Perth Amboy. Real and personal estate. The wife sole executrix. Witnesses - Thomas Gordon, Jannet Gordon, Peter Buckalieu. Proved 01 Dec 1720.

      [Note by compiler: See the information about Thomas GORDON and his wife, Janet (MUDIE) GORDON, elsewhere in this database. Peter BUCKALIEU may have been the same person as the Peter BUCKELEW who died in Perth Amboy, Middlesex County, NJ before 8 July 1717, when administration of his estate commenced.]
    Person ID I5256  Frost, Gilchrist and Related Families
    Last Modified 9 Aug 2018 

    Father John FROST 
    Relationship natural 
    Mother Elspet MULLEKINS 
    Relationship natural 
    Married 19 May 1653  Arbirlot, Angus, Scotland Find all individuals with events at this location  [1
    Notes 

    • (1) The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, International Genealogical Index ®, Copyright © 1980, 2002, data as of November 17, 2005, Batch No.: M112712, Type: Film, Sheet: 00

      JHONE FROST
      Male

      Marriages:
      Spouse: ELSPET MULLEKINS
      Marriage: 19 MAY 1653 Arbirlot, Angus, Scotland
    Family ID F2904  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart

    Family 1 Janet (FROST),   d. Aft 10 Apr 1713 
    Married Aft Oct 1684  Perth Amboy, Middlesex County, NJ Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Children 
     1. William FROST, Jr.,   b. Aft 1685, Perth Amboy, Middlesex County, NJ Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. Aft 16 Jan 1727  (Age > 41 years)  [natural]
     2. James FROST,   b. Aft 1685, Perth Amboy, Middlesex County, NJ Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. Aft 16 Jan 1727  (Age > 41 years)  [natural]
    Last Modified 9 Aug 2018 11:01:14 
    Family ID F2901  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart

    Family 2 --- (FROST) 
    Married Bef Oct 1684  Scotland Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Children 
     1. Thomas FROST,   b. Bef Oct 1684, Scotland Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. Bef 22 Mar 1732, Perth Amboy, Middlesex County, NJ Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age < 47 years)  [natural]
     2. Robert FROST,   b. Bef Oct 1684, Scotland Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. Aft 16 Jan 1727  (Age > 43 years)  [natural]
    Last Modified 9 Aug 2018 11:01:14 
    Family ID F2903  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart

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    1. Details: Details: Details: Details: Details: Details: Details: Citation Text: (1) Scotland, Marriages, 1561-1910: Groom'sName: Jhone Frost Groom's Birth Date: Groom's Birthplace: Groom's Age: Bride's Name: Elspet Mullekins Bride's Birth Date: Bride's Birthplace: Bride's Age: Marriage Date: 19 May 1653 Marriage Place: Arbirlot, Angus, Scotland Groom's Father's Name: Groom's Mother's Name: Bride's Father's Name: Bride's Mother's Name: Groom's Race: Groom's Marital Status: Groom's Previous Wife's Name: Bride's Race: Bride's Marital Status: Bride's Previous Husband's Name: Indexing Project (Batch) Number: M11271-2 System Origin: Scotland-ODM Source Film Number: 993329 Reference Number:.