MUSTON MANORUpdated August 22, 2011
Mrs Debra Marie Muston
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| Origins of the MUSTON surname
The surname of Muston from my own research is that it is a local English name.
It is one of those types of names where a man once lived or owned land.
There seems to be two sources of where the surname Muston could have derived from.
1. Old English. referring to one who lived at or near a "mouse-infested or muddy farm" MUS: mouse, TON: farm
2. Old Norse personal name "Musi", for instance one who lived at "Musi's Farm" MUSI: personal name, TON: farm.
Spelling variants of Muston
de Muston, Masten, Mastin, Meston, Misson, Moucon, Mousseau, Mousseaux, Moussen, Mouson, Moussen, Mousson, Moston, Mostyn, Museton, Musi, Musin, Mussin, Mussen, Muson, Mussan, Mussen, Musset, Musson, Mussons, Mustan, Mustain, Musten, Musters, Mustiers, Mustin, Mustion, Musto, Mustoe, Mustoin, Muston, Mustone, Mustonen, Mustoo, Mustons, Mustow, Mustre, Mustres.
PLACES WITH THE NAME MUSTON:
MUSTON: is a village and civil parish,in the Scarborough district of North Yorkshire, England.
MUSTON (pronounced Musson): is a small village in north Leicestershire, England.
WINTERBORNE MUSTON: Village and Parish in Dorset in the District of Purbeck in England.
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