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Re: Masterman's in Maryland!!
Posted by: keith masterman (ID *****6261) Date: April 06, 2003 at 13:13:32
In Reply to: Re: Masterman's in Maryland!! by John Masterman of 60

I am not related to any Masterman's in Maryland, however the name Marmaduke Masterman interests me because on my family tree, my great-great-great-great grandfather Masterman's brother was named Marmaduke. He was a butcher (as were all my early Masterman family) and was christened on November 2, 1758. He married Mary Barnby on August 20, 1779. The years are wrong and the dated incorrect to be your Marmaduke but I wonder if their is some connection as the name is unusual.

My branch of the family was from Saint Leonar, New Malton Yorkshire, England. I have been told that we all descend from Matthew Masterman who was from Easby in Yorkshire. I have a copy of a tree that traces his son William the Elder's family from about 1590 to 1690, but I do not see any Marmaduke's on it. I do know William the Elder had brother's.


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