$cd /usr/ports/ports-mgmt/pkg $sudo make install clean
It did its thing for a while and then I did $pkg_add -r netsurf It installed without issue but still does not run with the exact same symptoms as in my initial post here. I did the same pkg_add -r for Hatari and Chromium and those had errors and would not install. So it appears that the FreeBSD repository for 9.2 has issues.
Chromium and Hatari still would not install with the same errors as in the built in Package Manager and as with prior attempts. So there problem is either in the FreeBSD base used in GhostBSD or in the FreeBSD 9.2 Repository. At this point short of compiling the packages from Source there is nothing that can be done. With Version 4.0 weeks away there's no use in trying any further on this.