Post Malone

Post Malone – 2018 Maxim Super Bowl LII Party – Minneapolis Event Complex – Minneapolis, MN, USA – Keywords: Orientation: Portrait Face Count: 1 – False – Photo Credit: Glenn Francis / PRPhotos.com

Birth Name: Austin Richard Post

Place of Birth: Syracuse, New York, U.S.

Date of Birth: July 4, 1995

Ethnicity: Polish (one quarter), English, some Scottish, distant Dutch

Post Malone is an American rapper, singer, songwriter, and record producer. He was born in Syracuse, New York, to Nicole and Richard Post. He grew up in Grapevine, Dallas, Texas, with his stepmother, Jodie, and his father. He is also known as Young Stoney.

Post’s ancestry is one quarter Polish, along with English, some Scottish, and distant Dutch. Through many of his family lines, he has deep roots in New York state, going back to Colonial America in the 1600s. He has stated that he is of part Native American descent. It is not clear if this is accurate.

Post is often asked about his ethnic background and being a “white rapper” with cornrows, and the discussion of “culture vulture” has come up early in his career.

He credits his father as the one who introduced him to hip hop with Lean Back by Fat Joe being the first hip hop track he listened to.

Post Malone’s patrilineal line can be traced to Stephen Post, who was born, c. 1804, likely in Orange County, New York.

Post’s paternal grandfather is Richard Lloyd Post (the son of Harold Lloyd Post and Phyllis Marie Copp). Harold was the son of Ira Delbert Post and Bessie E. Reynolds. Phyllis was the daughter of Earl Milford Copp and Anna E. Soper.

Post’s paternal grandmother was Nancy/Nancey Joanne Kocenko (the daughter of John Peter Kocenko and Jean/Jennie/Jenny Cieslinski). John was born in Pennsylvania, to Polish parents, John M. Kocenko and Antoinette/Anna B. Jurczak. Jennie was born in Poland, the daughter of Joe Cieslenski.

Post’s maternal grandfather was Joseph Frazier (the son of Nelson Crawford Frazier and Ethel Maud/Maude Cook). Joseph was born in New York. Nelson was the son of Nelson Crawford Frazier and Gladys C. Kelsey. Ethel was the daughter of Edward William Cook and Lillian Barbara Hicks, whose parents were English.

Post’s maternal grandmother was Diana D. Hinckley/Hinkley (the daughter of Maurice Erwin Hinckley/Hinkley and Nina Martha Lockwood). Diana was born in New York. Maurice was the son of Frankie/Frank E. Hinckley/Hinkley and Margaret Hannah Grant. Nina was the daughter of John Peter Lockwood and Gertrude Mae Howe.

Sources: Genealogy of Post Malone – https://famouskin.com

Marriage announcement of Post’s maternal grandparents, Joseph Frazier and Diana D. Hinckley/Hinkley – https://www.newspapers.com

Post’s maternal great-grandfather, Nelson Crawford Frazier, on the 1930 U.S. Census – https://www.familysearch.org

Obituary of Post’s maternal grandmother, Diana D. (Hinckley/Hinkley) Frazier – https://courtneyfh.com

Marriage record of Post’s maternal great-grandparents, Maurice Erwin Hinkley and Nina Martha Lockwood – https://www.familysearch.org

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27 Responses

  1. madman says:

    His maternal grandparents were mentioned here since last year:
    https://youtu.be/8eBEnzSf-vk?t=129
    https://bodyheightweight.com/post-malone-family/

  2. bablah says:

    Hold on, how did you guys came up with Pavettos being his grandparents?

    This is his maternal grandmother:

    https://courtneyfh.com/tribute/details/970/Diana-Frazier/obituary.html

    his grandfather is Joseph Frazier

  3. madman says:

    Pretty much every Frances Russo who was born in New York around 1914 was of entirely Italian descent (the great majority had two Italian parents). So it’s safe to say his mother was of three quarters Italian descent.

  4. bablah says:

    Harry Albert Browne was the son of George L. Brown and Ella.
    George’s parents were from Canada and England. Ella’s parents were from New York and Germany.

    I think his paternal grandmother is called Nancy, but I’m not sure.

  5. jackson9 says:

    I believe Post Malone’s great-grandfather Carlo Giovanni Pavetto (1892-1968) was born specifically in Romano Canavese, Torino, Piemonte, Italy.

    • bablah says:

      Yes, his WW1 draft record says Romano, Piemonto. Post should be tagged as Piedmontese.

      • jackson9 says:

        Thank you for confirming that! Would you happen to know if his (Carlo Giovanni Pavetto’s) wife was born in the same region of Italy?

        • andrew says:

          was she born under the same surname?

          • bablah says:

            Maddalena Pavetto was also born in Romano Canavese and she and Carlo were already married when she arrived to US. Her father, however, is listed as ”John Pavetto”, so her maiden name was quite possibly also Pavetto.

          • andrew says:

            Spouses use to share surnames in small villages. I know a few ones.

          • andrew says:

            Btw what’s his maternal grandma’s background? That Census record does not say much.

            “Post” is a Dutch surname. No evidence of English ancestry so far as usual.

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