Submitted by Name: Steven Thomas McAllister From: Mickleton, NJ E-mail: Contact
Comments: I recently came across a copy of some family history and that has led me to this site. It has been very interesting and I have already been able to find information that my parents did not know about there families. Edward McCollister 1828-1905, would be my Great Great Grandfather, it looks like he emigrated from Scotland in 1885. This has been very interesting and I look forward to learning more of the families heritage.
Added: February 20, 2015
Submitted by Name: Dave From: New Zealand E-mail: Contact
Comments: Direct descendant of McAlister, McAllister of Belfast, Antrim, Ireland. Looking for brothers/sisters of John McAlister b.1856 Duncairn, Belfast, Antrim, Ireland. McAlister-373 on wikitree. Also brothers/sisters for his father McAlister-374. Thanks!
Added: February 3, 2015
Submitted by Name: Debra Riddle-Perlman From: Burnsville NC E-mail: Contact
Submitted by Name: Phena Morgan Parker From: Born in Texas now live in Louisiana E-mail: Contact
Comments: I think I am from the Coll McAlister (1743-1793) who was married to Janet Buie - line. I have been working on tracing my family lines back to when they came to America. I am also a member of The Daughters of the American Revolution. Trying to find all my family ties there also. Thank you.
Added: January 3, 2015
Submitted by Name: Brian McAllister From: New York City E-mail: Contact
Comments: Great website. I am the grandson of Elizabeth McAllister from Belfast Northern Ireland. Proud to be a McAllister. I'm trying to find more information of my ancestors and I am glad I came upon this website. Slainte
Added: December 10, 2014
Submitted by Name: Jared N McAlister From: Worthington, OH. E-mail: Contact
Comments: Hello first time visit. Thanks for this site.
Added: December 9, 2014
Submitted by Name: Ritchie W. Miller From: Santa Monica, Calif. (currently in Woodbrige, VA) E-mail: Contact
Comments: I'm the grandson of Ruby Irene McAllister, great grandson of Earl Henry McAllister, 6th great grandson of Col. Richard McAllister. This site is amazing. I'm a novice at genealogy and have learned quite a bit from this site alone. I see that those who run this organization are in Arlington which is close to where I live and work. Thank for placing all of this information online!
Added: December 6, 2014
Submitted by Name: Edith MacAllister Sauter From: Canyon Lake, Texas E-mail: Contact
Comments: We have determined our written and DNA lineage to RO4, Richard McAlister,b.1705 Antrim,Ireland,arrived Chelsea,MA 1739, d. 1776, New Bedford, New Hampsire.
Proud to be a Scot, of Clan McAllister.
Added: October 20, 2014
Submitted by Name: Thomas Emory McAlister From: Atlanta Ga. E-mail: Contact
Comments: Just heard about this site and love it. My father's name was Thomas van mcalister his father's name was Dr. Carey S. McAlister
Added: October 10, 2014
Submitted by Name: Heather Wood From: Born in Tx, currently in Mn E-mail: Contact
Comments: The first history that I have is Somerlad McAlaster from 1020-1083, two sons, Gille ans.Gillebridge who married Ragehildof of Dublin. their son Somerled was killed in battle with King Malcolm IV of Scotland. I do have more, just looking to fill in some blanks. my grandfather was William Henry McAllister, who's line as far as I have is linked to Angus MaAlaster from Londonderry, Ireland. I also have links to John McAlaster who married Janey(?) in New Hampshire in 1775. from my grandmother(who married William Henry McAllister, her name was Ruby Elnora Crooks, McAllister) she was a descendant of John Gordon and Thomas Crooks. so if this is your line, I may have information that you need or maybe you have something I don't Thanks Heather