McMaster (disambiguation)

McMaster (disambiguation)

McMaster University is a university in Hamilton, Ontario, Canada.

McMaster may refer to:


  • Andrew McMaster (b. 1959), a retired Scottish sprinter
  • Andrew Ross McMaster (1876–1937), Canadian politician
  • Arthur McMaster (born 1945), Irish rugby player
  • Bill McMaster (b. 1930), an Australian rules football coach and former player
  • Carolyn McMaster, a Canadian film producer
  • Cecil McMaster (1900 – unknown), a South African Olympic athlete
  • Elizabeth McMaster (1847–1903), a Canadian humanitarian
  • Fergus McMaster (1879–1950), an Australian businessman
  • Gordon McMaster (1960–1997), a Scottish politician
  • Griffin McMaster (b. 1983), an Australian football (soccer) player
  • H. R. McMaster (born c. 1960), American soldier
  • Harold McMaster (1916–2003), an inventor and entrepreneur in the glass industry
  • Henry McMaster (b. 1947), the attorney general of South Carolina
  • Jamie McMaster (b. 1982), an English-Australian football (soccer) player
  • James McMaster 19th century American Catholic newspaper editor
  • Jason McMaster (fl. late 20th century), American musician
  • Joseph McMaster (1861–1929), an English cricketer with an extremely short career
  • Lois McMaster Bujold (born 1949), American author
  • Luke McMaster (born c. 1970s), American musician of McMaster & James
  • Que McMaster, a former collegiate track and field coach
  • Rhyll McMaster (b. 1947), a contemporary Australian poet and novelist
  • Rolland McMaster (1914–2007), American labor official and gangster
  • Sam McMaster, the General Manager of the Los Angeles Kings (NHL) from 1994 to 1997
  • Stanley McMaster (1926–1992), a Unionist politician and barrister in Northern Ireland
  • Susan McMaster (b. 1950), a Canadian poet, literary editor, and spoken word performer
  • Valentine Munbee McMaster (1834–1872), an Irish war-time surgeon
  • William McMaster (1811–1887), a wholesaler, Senator and banker
  • William H. McMaster (1877–1968), the tenth Governor of South Dakota


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