The Frost Surname Project
The global Frost DNA Project aims to supplement genealogical research on Frost families with genetic evidence in hopes of further developing the Frost family tree. The surname Frost was already in use in England when the Domesday Book was compiled in the year 1086. The surname likely arose independently in several places both in England and in other countries, and it is now found in many parts of the world. The Frost DNA Project welcomes and encourages participation by any Frost family from any part of the world. It is hoped that this project will yield genetic evidence for degrees of kinship or non-relatedness between the various family lines when documentary evidence is lacking or ambiguous. It is further hoped that eventually enough data will be collected to identify particular DNA signature variations for particular family lines, enabling us to place previously unlinked families into their respective branches of the Frost family tree.
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