Origin: Norman. The name Frend is part of the ancient legacy of the Anglo Saxon tribes of Britain. Frend was a name used for a person who was considered to be very good-natured and neighborly. The surname is derived from the Old English word frend which meant friend. During the Middle Ages people would use this word when they referred to their relatives or their kinsmen.
Spelling variations: Friend, Freind, Frend and others.
|John Alfred Frend y Keays & Louisa Ann Glover y Livingston ( modificado el 19.03.2017 )|