Origins Available: German-Alt, German
nickname for a merry and cheerful person. For example, Otto von Osterreich, the Duke of Austria in 1331, was nicknamed "der (the) Frohliche."
Early Origins of the Frohlck family
Feudal System, that would become the basis of European society. The earliest record of this surname dates back to the thirteenth century, when one Hertwicus dictus Vrolich was recorded in Ingelheim, in the region of Hesse, in 1269. There is also record of a Wyckenendus dictus Frolich, who was a blacksmith in Bodenheim, in 1315.
Early History of the Frohlck family
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Frohlck Spelling Variations
Spelling variations of this family name include: Frolich, Frohlich, Frohlck, Frolking, Fraily, Fraley, Frolick, Froelick, Frolicker, Frohlich, Frohlick, Froelig, Froellich, Froellick, Froehlick and many more.
Early Notables of the Frohlck family (pre 1700)
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Migration of the Frohlck family to the New World and Oceana
Some of the first settlers of this family name or some of its variants were: Anna Elizabeth who went to New York in 1709; as well as Christian Frolich who went to Philadelphia in 1738. Gottfried Frolich was a mercenary soldier who fought for the British during the American War of Independence and settled in Quebec, in 1778.
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