Submitted by Name: Ronald Earl Marson From: Seattle Washington E-mail: Contact
Comments: I have very little information regarding my family on the McAlister side. As I understand from my Mother, my grandmother on my Father side was Alice McAlister. I was told she imigrated from Scotland. She married John William Marson (my grandfather). He was an imigrant from England in 1907. Apparntly Alice passed on around 1937. i would enjoy learning more about my McAlister side of my family.
Added: December 29, 2011
Submitted by Name: Alan McAllister From: Tampa Florida E-mail: Contact
Comments: I ran across this site and was interested in the biannual reunions.I do have a complete documented history of my family back to Ireland I would love to follow my roots into Ireland.I welcome any emails from the clan.
Added: December 11, 2011
Submitted by Name: Cecile Ambrose From: Kent, England E-mail: Contact
Comments: Hello I came across you site just now and thought you may like to know that I am the great- grand daughter of Sir John Young Walker MacAlister. My mother is still alive and would certainly be able to give information or point you in the right dirction if you have any specific queries.
Added: December 3, 2011
Submitted by Name: Barbara Bean Bishop From: Hebron, Maine E-mail: Contact
Comments: I am a descendant of (1)Andre McAllister, born 1640 in Antim Ireland...he would be my gggggggg grandfather. Going forward in time the rest are (2)Angus, (3)John,(4)John, (5)Ananias, (6)Samuel, (7)Silas, (8)Joel and (9)Alice (my grandmother born in Stoneham Maine. Hoping to find others in this blood line.
Added: November 24, 2011
Submitted by Name: Kendra L. Jones From: Oklahoma City, OK E-mail: Contact
Comments: My grandfather's name is Wayde H.McCalister which his dad's name was D.H. (Doc) McCalister came from Texas in early 1900's to Oklahoma Norman where he attended college at the University of Oklahoma and met my grandmother. They resided in Oklahoma City. I would be curious to know of other McCalister in the area or had relatives that may have moved to Texas late 1800's to early 1900's or Oklahoma. I've been told his heritage is Scott/Irish.
Added: November 21, 2011
Submitted by Name: Kathleen McCallister From: Omaha, NE E-mail: Contact
Comments: Love the site!
Added: November 18, 2011
Submitted by Name: Sarah McAlister From: Missouri E-mail: Contact
Comments: My Grandfathers name is Thomas McAlister. Unfortunately he passed away before I had the chance to meet him. I would love to know more about the family history. He lived in Missouri also.
Added: November 6, 2011
Submitted by Name: Tina Hostetler From: Northern Indiana (South Bend, Walkerton, Goshen) E-mail: Contact
Comments: Wonderful site! William McALLISTER (1720 - )was the 2nd great grandfather of husband of 3rd great grandmother; last family member to carry the name was my great grandmother Florence (Flossie) Lelah McAllister (1889 - 1931). I have always been drawn to this side of the family, and have been proud to be associated with The Clan since my high school days.I hope to get to Scotland and the Isle of Skye and Glenbarr Abbey in the near future!
Added: September 27, 2011
Submitted by Name: Mary Elizabeth Powers From: St. Ignace, Michigan E-mail: Contact
Comments: Hi, I am a descendant of James and Susan Keenan McAllister, who arrived in the US from Glasgow in the late 1800's. They settled in the Manistique, MI area before moving to Bellingham, WA, where they are buried. Proud to see such a large group!
Added: September 20, 2011
Submitted by Name: angeline mcallister From: mi E-mail: Contact
Comments: hello my grandpa was hector McAllister and thats all i really know....with the c hanging up top