Masters was born in 1865, and educated at Withington High School, at Inverness College, in Hanover and at Christ's College, Cambridge. Ordained in 1889, his first posts were curacies at St Peter’s, Caverswall and St Mark’s, Lakenham. He then held incumbencies at All Saints, North Scarle and from 1901 at All Saints, East Meon.
During World War I he was a Red Cross Ambulance driver and then a Chaplain to the 4th Army: he was twice Mentioned in Despatches. When peace returned he became Vicar of St Peter’s, Petersfield. After this he was Rural Dean of Portsmouth then Provost of Portsmouth Cathedral, also becoming an Honorary Chaplain to the King.
- The Times, 28 April 1893; pg. 11; Issue 33937; col B, University Intelligence. Oxford, 27 April.
- National Church Institutions Database of Manuscripts and Archives
- “Who was Who” 1897-2007 London, A & C Black, 2007, ISBN 978-0-19-954087-7
- Family genealogy site
- "Masters, Thomas Heywood (MSTS886TH)". A Cambridge Alumni Database. University of Cambridge.
- "The Clergy List, Clerical Guide and Ecclesiastical Directory" London, John Phillips, 1900
- "Ecclesiastical intelligence". The Times (36622). London. 26 November 1901. p. 8.
- A history of Christianity in Petersfield: the stories of the local churches: Petersfield, Petersfield Area Historical Society, 2001 Monograph No 4 ISSN 0262-5970
- History in Portsmouth
- Ecclesiastical News. New Chaplains To The King The Times, 22 October 1921; pg. 10; Issue 42858; col E
- Deaths, The Times, 4 September 1939; pg. 1; Issue 48401; col A
- Parish registers web-site
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