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Philip Barnes Frost

Birthdate:
Birthplace: Norfolk, England, United Kingdom
Death: Died in Port Elizabeth, Port Elizabeth, Eastern Cape, South Africa
Place of Burial: Port Elizabeth, EC, South Africa
Immediate Family:

Son of Philip John Frost, SV/PROG and Elizabeth Frost, SM/PROG
Husband of Rachel Frost and Susanna Margaret Frost
Father of Rachel Barnes Hughes
Brother of James Frost; William Doughty Frost; Edward Frost; John Lowne Frost; Mary Nash van Lelyveld and 5 others
Half brother of Christina Geertruida Cornelia Clignet Mitchell

Managed by: Lindsay Caroline Thompson
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About Philip Barnes Frost

1820 British Settler

Philip Frost 11, together with his parents and 5 siblings, were members of Damant's Party of 57 Settlers on the Settler Ship Ocean.

Party originated from Norfolk.

Departed London, 13 December 1819. Arrived Table Bay, Cape Town - 9 March 1820. Final Port - Algoa Bay, Port Elizabeth - 15 April 1920

Area Allocated to the Party : The old Waaiplaats barracks, then to the Gamtoos River. They were located at the source of the Kaffir Kraal River but the location was at once rejected by Lieutenant Damant and they moved to the Gamtoos River, their settlement being called Lammas.

Children :

  • Philip Frost 11
  • James Frost 10
  • William Frost 7
  • Edward Frost 6
  • John Frost 4
  • Mary Frost - baby
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Philip Barnes Frost's Timeline

1808
February 21, 1808
Norfolk, England, United Kingdom
1830
1830
Age 21
Norfolk, UK
1833
April 21, 1833
Age 25
Port Elizabeth, Port Elizabeth, Eastern Cape, South Africa
1870
April 12, 1870
Age 62
Port Elizabeth, EC, South Africa

St Paul's Church

1875
July 13, 1875
Age 67
Port Elizabeth, Port Elizabeth, Eastern Cape, South Africa
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Port Elizabeth, EC, South Africa

Scotch Cemetery