The origins of the Mathers family

The roots of Eminem can be found in Scandinavia by his mother, Debbie Nelson, and in South Wales through his father, Marshall Bruce Mathers II.

But most of Eminem's blood is Scottish blood. On both sides [both mother and father], the roots of Scotland can be found.

Back to the 7th generation of his father, Peter Mathers of Pennsylvania married a Scottish woman named Isabella [unknown name]. On the maternity side, the roots of the Scots can be found in the sixth generation of the Marshall family: Ailsa Mc Allister from Edinburgh moved to the United States – specifically to New York in 1870.

Most Mathers works as a farmer in Missouri.

Eminem’s grandfather, Marshall Mathers I, was an assistant hotel manager at the Plainsman Hotel in St. Joseph, Missouri, and his wife, Rae, was hired by Del Connado [Del The Cornonado] hotel is engaged in guest services.

When Eminem's grandmother Ray [Rae] died of Alzheimer's disease in 2002, Marshall Mathers II discovered interesting documents related to his famous son, such as Marshall. A Christmas card sent to Grandma Rae. The etymology of Mathers name Mathers refers to lawn mowers or harvesters. The history of the name Mathers

The name Mathers is related to the Barclays clan in Scotland. The Barclays family settled in Mathers in Scotland in the 13th century. The history of Mathers dates back to British immigrant Theobald de Berkeley and his son, who owns the estate of Mathers. Alexander was the first to use the name of Mathers. Mathers pronunciation

It is generally accepted that the surname Mathers is pronounced like y:Ma[y]thers in the middle of the name.

If you want to learn more about the history and genealogy of the Mathers family, you can find some interesting information here: [] I would like to thank the people who made this interesting website. I found a lot of information about Marshall's father. I have a lot of information about his mother, so I hope to finish his genealogy as soon as possible.