Origem do sobrenome Frost, país de origem: EnglandNobreza:
Escudo e Brasão de Armas da família Frost: Argent, a chevron gules between three trefoils slipped azure.
Early records reveal that this surname originated in Scandinavia. There is a town in Rusia named Frost. The etymological origin of the surname Frost can be found in the english word "freeze", which means "White Hair or beard". The earliset written reference to someone with this surname pertains to a certain Henry Frost, mentioned in a document from the year 1273. Two of the first individuals bearing this name to sail to America were: William Frost , who emmigrated in a Ship Called Robert Bonaventure, and John Frost who arrived in 1635. We have discovered certain details about an individual in the 17th century who had this surname: Frost, the son of John Frost, was born 1630, and died 1708. He married Rebecca, daughter of Nicholas Wright, in May 1673. They had a son, William, born in 1674.