As the family trees grow, the number of unallocated Mastertons diminishes. Finding homes for these strays in one of the established trees is always a very satisfying breakthrough. The following lists contain some of the Masterton strays who appear in indices of the records, but are not yet allocated (and paying for all of the certificates would be rather expensive!). Any information on where these individuals might belong would be warmly received. Sometimes, the reason why births have not been allocated to trees is that the child died in infancy and never appeared on a Census. Some of those most likely associations from the Index of Deaths deduced from age at year of death are noted in the final column.
Sources: bdm.nsw.gov.au (1788-1908); bdm.qld.gov.au (1829-1914); portal.archives.tas.gov.au; online.justice.gov.au; bdm.dotag.wa.gov.au. - Search results of Masterton Births.
|Year||Last Name||Given Name||Father's Given Name||Mother's Given Name||District||Registration||Died|
|1860||Masterton||Robert P||John||Jane||Sydney, NSW||2148|
|1860||Masterton||Emily Maria||William||Mary Ann Howe||Emer.., Victoria||6083|
|1862||Masterton||William Edward||William||Mary Ann Howe||Melbourne, Victoria||17662||1865|
|1891||Masterton||Kate||Unknown||Mary Masterton||Carlton, Victoria||30912|