Persons with the Surname 'McMaster'

The McMaster Family Record


Surnames with the Same Soundex 'M252'

Surnames with the Same Pattern '^ma?c[mn][aei]st[aeio]r+$'

46 individuals have the surname 'McMaster'.

Catharine McMaster (about 1839—)
Adelaide Victoria McMaster (4 Jun 1897—)
Agnes McMaster (about 1878—)
Alexander McMaster (about 1803—3 Sep 1894)
Alexander McMaster (28 Nov 1821—25 Mar 1910)
Alexander McMaster (about 1847—)
Angus McMaster (23 Jul 1839—15 Oct 1926)
Angus McMaster (about 1841—)
Angus McMaster (12 Jan 1890—)
Angus Basil McMaster (25 Aug 1901—)
Ann McMaster (about 1845—)
Catharine McMaster (—)
Catharine McMaster (about 1830—)
Charles James McMaster (8 Feb 1887—)
Christena McMaster (11 Apr 1839—10 Jun 1912)
Donald McMaster (about 1837—)
Donald McMaster (31 Jul 1880—)
Dougald McMaster (20 Apr 1895—)
Ella M. McMaster (14 Jan 1895—)
Evan Woolcock McMaster (30 Apr 1897—)
George W. McMaster (13 Jun 1894—)
James McMaster (—)
James McMaster (31 Mar 1858—13 Mar 1947)
Jane McMaster (about 1836—)
Jane McMaster (about 1853—11 Sep 1878)
Jeanette McMaster (1 Apr 1852—)
John McMaster (between 1788 and 1798—)
John McMaster (about 1789—26 Sep 1847)
John McMaster (1 Jan 1830—11 Jul 1882)
John McMaster (about 1843—)
John McMaster (1 Aug 1872—)
John D. McMaster (14 Aug 1871—)
John Donald McMaster (23 Nov 1909—)
John Kenneth McMaster (26 Sep 1908—26 Sep 1908)
John W. McMaster (3 Feb 1898—)
Margaret McMaster (about 1841—)
Margaret McMaster (about 1849—20 Jun 1888)
Margaret McMaster (20 Dec 1874—)
Margaret Louisa McMaster (31 Mar 1885—)
Mark McMaster (between 1811 and 1853—)
Mary McMaster (12 Mar 1826—2 Feb 1907)
Mary Thomson McMaster (about 1833—16 Jun 1890)
Morley Alexander McMaster (2 Oct 1899—)
Robert J. McMaster (31 Jul 1900—)
William Alexander McMaster (7 Feb 1879—)
Zelda Marguerite McMaster (6 Oct 1903—)
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