Mastertons at War: World War II

Mastertons at War

Like any family living through periods when their countries went to war, a number of Mastertons fought in conflicts across the world. Some never returned. These pages are dedicated to those who fought and died fulfilling their duty to their country.

World War II

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The Roll of Honour

Seven Mastertons were killed and one Masterton-Smith (South African). All of the Mastertons were from the United Kingdom including one registered as civilian war dead who was a Masterton through marriage. Where there is a link it will take you to their family tree. Adelaide Wilson, killed by a V1 Flying Bomb, had been born Adelaide Masterton.


1) Scottish National War Memorial, Edinburgh Castle.
2) Commonwealth War Graves Commission.


Prisoners of War

Mentioned in Despatches