Abt 1753 - Bef 1804 (~ 51 years)
||Jacob FROST |
||Frederick County, VA
||Bef 11 Oct 1804
||Newberry County, SC
(1) O'Dell, Cecil, Pioneers of Old Frederick County, Virginia, Marceline, MO: Walsworth Publishing Company, 1995, pp. 196-197:
William Frost's will was written on 21 August 1774 and proved on 7 May 1776. He willed the 239-acre tract and 114-acre tract (350 acres) located at Shanghai, Berkeley County, West Virginia to his son William. William Jr. died in 1800 in Frederick County, Virginia.
William Sr. willed 400 acres on Back Creek to be equally divided between his sons John and Thomas Frost. John died in 1777 and Thomas (b. 1745) [sic, should be Isaac (b. abt 1746)] died in 1774 en route home from an expedition of Dunmore's, an Indian campaign led by the British Colonial Governor of Virginia. Thomas left his wife Elizabeth [sic; Thomas did not die until 1822].
William Sr. willed 400 acres on Back Creek to be equally divided between his sons John and Thomas Frost. John died in 1777 and Thomas (b. 1745) died in 1774 en route home from an expedition of Dunmore's, an Indian campaign led by the British Colonial Governor of Virginia. Thomas left his wife Elizabeth.
Sons Isaac and Abraham Frost received the other 400-acre grant land on Back Creek. Isaac died intestate in 1774.
Sons Jacob and Amos Frost [sic, the testator did not refer to Jacob and Amos as his sons] were willed the 455-acre and 61-acre tracts in Clarke County, Virginia. Their mother Hannah, wife of William Sr., was to receive income from the two tracts. William listed seven daughters in his will; Frances, Elizabeth, Martha, Ellen, Anna, Mary (wife of Jacob Larew in Kentucky by 1807) and Hannah (wife of John Mason).
(2) Jacob FROST is listed in Vol. 1, p. 495 of the 1787 census of Frederick County, VA. Listed in Jacob's household were 0 white males above 16 and under 21; 0 blacks above 16; 0 blacks under 16; 1 horse, mare, colt and mule; and 0 cattle.
(3) Deed from Jacob Frost to Thomas Kennan, Frederick County, VA Deed Book 21, pp. 917-919:
This deed dated September 2, 1788 from Jacob Frost to Thomas Kennan of Loudon County, VA, covers a 332-acre tract of land which is "part of a larger Tract of land devised by The last Will and Testament of William Frost to Amos Frost and . . . Jacob Frost."
Since no wife of Jacob joined with him in executing this deed, releasing any right of dower she might have had in the land, the possibility exists that Jacob was unmarried as of the time he executed this deed.
(4) The following deed abstract was provided to the compiler by Susan Grabek :
Newberry Co., SC Deed Book C, pg. 812. 15 Dec. 1789: John Lindsey, Esq., of Newberry County, bound to Jacob Frost of Frederick County, Virginia, in the sum of ??1000 VA money, 15 Dec 1789, to make title to tract adj. Saml Lindsey, William Wilson, Duckett, and said John Lindsey. It being a tract laid out to Clowney. Signed John Lindsey. Witnesses: James Lindsey, Thos Williams. Proved in Newberry County by the oath of James Lindsey Sr. 19 Aug 1796 before Elisha Ford, J.P. Recorded 20 Aug 1796.
(5) A household headed by Jacob FROST is listed in the 1790 census of Newberry County, SC.
Listed in Jacob's household are 1 free white male over 16 years of age; and 1 free white female.
Since only one male is listed in Jacob's household in the 1790 census, he must be the free white male listed in the 1790 census as then being over 16 years of age. He was born before 1774, according to the 1790 census.
Only one female is listed in Jacob's household in the 1790 census. Since no age brackets are given for females in the 1790 census, the age of that female is unknown.
Jacob had a daughter, Sarah, who was born in about 1784, and would reasonably have been expected to have been in Jacob's household at the time of the 1790 census. If Jacob's daughter, Sarah, is the female who is listed in Jacob's household in the 1790 census, then no wife of Jacob was in his household at the time of the 1790 census.
Jacob was married to a woman, also named Sarah, at the time of his death. However, the possibility exists that Jacob's wife, Sarah, might have been Jacob's second or subsequent wife, and that a prior wife of Jacob died before the time of the 1790 census. This possibility seems likely, given the fact that no wife of Jacob joined with him in 1788 in executing the deed described in Note (3), above.
The possibility also exists that Jacob's daughter, Sarah, might have been an illegitimate child, or that she might have been in some other household at the time of the 1790 census.
Finally, there might have been an error in the number of females listed in Jacob's household in the 1790 census.
(6) A household headed by Jacob FROST is listed in the 1800 census of Newberry County, SC.
Listed in Jacob's household are 2 free white males under 10 years of age; 1 free white male between 26 and 45 years of age; 2 free white females under 10 years of age; 1 free white female between 10 and 16 years of age; and 1 free white female between 26 and 45 years of age.
Assuming that Jacob is the free white male listed in the 1800 census as then being between 26 and 45 years of age, he would have been born between 1755 and 1774, according to the 1800 census.
Assuming that Jacob's wife is the free white female listed in the 1800 census as then being between 26 and 45 years of age, she would have been born between 1755 and 1774, according to the 1800 census.
Assuming that the rest of the persons in Jacob's household are children of Jacob and/or his wife, those children would have consisted of two sons (which sons would have been born between 1790 and 1800, according to the 1800 census) and three daughters (one of which daughters would have been born between 1784 and 1790, and two of which daughters would have been born between 1790 and 1800, according to the 1800 census).
(7) Newberry District Estate Records: Roll N400, 1787-1814: Vol. A-D, Newberry District Estate Records: South Carolina State Archives, Vol. D, p. 128 [transcription by Strictly by Name??]:
Know all Men by these presents that we Sarah Frost Thomas Lindsey and Samuel Wells are holden and firmly Bound unto Samuel Lindsey Esquire Ordinary for the District of Newberry in the full and Just Sum of Eight Hundred Dollars lawful money of this State to be paid to the Said Samuel Lindsey or his Successors Ordinaries of this District or their Certain attorney or assigns to which payment well & Truly to be made we bind our Selves and Every of us our & Every of our Heirs Executors & Administrators for the whole & in the whole Jointly & Severally firmly by these presents sealed with our Seals & Dated the Eleventh Day of October in the year of Our Lord One Thousand Eight Hundred and Four, the Condition of this Obligation is Such that if the within Bounden administratrix of all and Singular the Goods, Chattels, Rights & Credits of Jacob Frost Deceased do make or Cause to be made a True & perfect Inventory of all and Singular the Goods Chattels and Credits of the Said Deceased, which have or Shall come to the hands, possession, or knowledge of her the Said Sarah Frost or into the hands or possession of an Other person or persons for her and the Same So made do Exhibit or Cause to be Exhibited into the Ordinaries Office of this District at or before Ninety Day from this Date and the Same Goods Chattels and Credits and the all the Other the goods Chattels and Credits of the Said Deceased at the time of his Death which at anytime hereafter Shall Come to the hands or possession of the Said Sarah Frost or into the hands and possession of any Other person or persons for her do well and Truly administer according to Law, and Further do make or cause to be made a True & Just account of her Administration at or Before the Said Ninety Days and all the Rest and the residue of the Said Goods Chattels and Credits which Shall be found Remaining on the Said Administration Account (the Same being first Examined and allowed of by the ordinary of this District for the time being) Shall Deliver and pay unto Such person or persons Respectively as the Said Ordinary by his Decree or Sentence pursuant to the True Interest and meaning of the Statutes and acts of Assembly of force in this State for the better Setling of Intestate Estates Shall Limit & appoint and of it shall hereafter appear that any Last Will & Testament was made by the Said and the Executor or Executors therein Named do Exhibit the Same to the Said Ordinary, making Request to have allowed and approved accordingly if the Said Sarah Frost within bounden being thereunto Required do Render and Deliver the Said letters of Administration approbation of Such Testament being first had and made to the Said Ordinary then this Obligation to be void and of none Effect, or Else to remain in full force and virtue.
Sarah [her mark] Frost (LS)
Thos. Lindsey (LS)
Saml. Wells (LS)
Signed Sealed and Delivered in the presence of
(8) Newberry District Estate Records: Roll N400, 1787-1814: Vol. A-D, Newberry District Estate Records: South Carolina State Archives, Vol. D, p. 130 [transcription by Strictly by Name??]:
By Samuel Lindsey Esquire Ordinary of the District of Newberry aforesaid
To Sarah Frost Greeting Whereas Jacob Frost of the Said District died within the Same Intestate; whereby the power of Granting Administration on of all and Singular the Goods & Chattels Rights and Credits of the Said Jacob Frost within this State and also auditing the accounts & Reconings of the Said Administration and a Final Dismission thereof to me Belongs; In Order that the Said goods and Chattels, Rights and Credits may well & Truly be administered I do hereby grant unto you the Said Sarah Frost (upon Special Trust and Confidence) full power by the Tenor of these presents to administer all and Singular the Goods and Chattels, Rights and Credits of the Said Deceased which to him in his lifetime did belong to ask for levy and Receive the Same and to pay the Debts in which the Said Deceased Stood Obliged So far forward as his Goods, Chattels, Rights and Credits will Extend, being first duly Sworn On the holy Evangelist of Almighty God, to make a True and perfect Inventory thereof and also to exhibit the Same in to me in Order to be Recorded on or before Ninety Days from this Date Witness Samuel Lindsey Esquire Ordinary of the District of Newberry.
given under my hand and Seal this Eleventh Day of October in the year of Our Lord One Thousand Eight Hundred & four
Saml. Lindsey O N District
||Frost, Gilchrist and Related Families
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||William FROST, Sr., b. Abt 1710, d. 1775, Frederick [now Clarke] County, VA (Age ~ 65 years) |
||Hannah (FROST), b. Between 1712 and 1714, d. Frederick [now Clarke] County, VA |
||Group Sheet | Family Chart
||Sarah (FROST), b. Bef 1765, d. Aft 07 Aug 1820 (Age > 56 years) |
||Aft 02 Aug 1790
| ||1. John FROST, b. Abt 1795, SC , d. Aft 14 Jun 1870 (Age ~ 75 years) [Natural]|
| ||2. Jonathan B. FROST, b. Abt 1803, SC , d. 09 Mar 1852, Graves County, KY (Age ~ 49 years) [Natural]|
||26 Feb 2017 10:41:16 |
||Group Sheet | Family Chart
||--- (FROST), d. Bef 02 Aug 1790 |
| ||1. Sarah FROST, b. Abt 1784, SC , d. Jul 1849, Wilkinson County, GA (Age ~ 65 years) [Natural]|
||26 Feb 2017 10:41:16 |
||Group Sheet | Family Chart