John FROST [Parents]-3414 was born 1 about 1530 in of Glemsford, Suffolk, England, United Kingdom. He died 2 on 6 Feb 1609 in Hartest, Suffolk, England, United Kingdom. John married 3 (MRIN:1710) Ann SCOTT-3415 on 29 Jan 1558 in Glemsford, Suffolk, England, United Kingdom.
Called "young John" in father's will
JOHN FROST of Glemsford and Hartest, Suffolk, England, was born about 1530-1535. He was a clothier as we can infer from his will. On 29 January 1558/9 at Glemsford, he married Ann Scott. She was the daughter of Richard Scott of Glemsford, also a clothier. Sometime after the birth of their last child, they moved to Hartest, the next village. There, on 30 July 1588, Anne, wife of John Frost, was buried. John Frost remarried, for when he died, he left a widow named Ellen. He died and was buried at Hartest 6 February 1609/10. His will, apparently a nuncupative one, was dated the same day he was buried, so we can assume he also died that day. An abstract of his will follows.
6 February 1609/10 - the will of,John Frost of Hartest, senior... to Ellin my wife all household stuff and £10 out of two broad cloths now at the weavers whereof one cloth is in the custody of John Cawston of Stanstead, weaver, and the other cloth is now in the custody of one Perrnefy of Hartest, weaver ... to my son John Frost one russett broad cloth & one dozen & a half of twill now lying at the house of Thomas Hardy, shearman, in Glemsford to Alice my daughter the wife of John Hayward £8 which is now in the hands of my son Edward Frost of Stanstead ... to Elizabeth my daughter the wife of William Pratt 50s. out of the £3 which Ambrose Graygoose owes me ... to Francis my son 50s. of which 10s. is in the hands of the said Ambrose Graygoose and 40s. in the hands of Bartholomew Woolward ... residue as follows: .50s. to Elizabeth my daughter the wife of said William Pratt, rest to Ellin my wife, .John Frost my son, Alice my daughter the wife of John Hayward, to be divided equally among them ... son Edward Frost executor. Memorandum that the testator did give 20s. to the children of William Boram who was the son of William Boram late of Glemsford & 6s.8d. unto 11)-- Andrews his now man servant. Witnesses: Robert GaIt, Rychard Holwell,Thomas Cronshaye. (Ref.: R2/47/95; W1/66/112; A5/3/78)