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Mary McAllister & brother Sam McAllister, N. Ireland

Mary McAllister & brother Sam McAllister, N. Ireland

Posted: 1054213687000
Classification: Query
Edited: 1061354779000
Surnames: McAllister
Hello,
I wondered if anyone could help me with any further information on the following family:

Mary McAllister born about 1775 Northern Ireland (probably County Antrim)

Her brother was Sam McAllister who was killed at the Battle of Derrynamuck, County Wicklow, in 1799. He was from County Antrim.
I found a web site that said that Sam McAllister's mother (whose name I would love to find out) died in Dublin.
Unfortunately I lost the URL and can't find it on any search engines.

Does anyone have any more information about this family?

Thanks,
A. O'Brien,
Australia

Re: Mary McAllister & brother Sam McAllister, N. Ireland

Dorinda Ballas (View posts)
Posted: 1074274949000
Classification: Query
Hello,
I am the grandaughter of a Ronald McAllister, born in Scotland in the late 1800's, I am not sure when. His mother was Mary McAllister, her family originated in Ireland. They moved to Greenwich CT in the 50's, where Ronald had 6 children, 3 boys, 3 girls. I know he had brothers, 2 of whom were twins. He married a Bridget Mary Malloy, from Dunbarton Scotland. I have heard of a Sam McAllister in family conversation, but they are all dead now.

Re: Mary McAllister & brother Sam McAllister, N. Ireland

Fran (View posts)
Posted: 1103153782000
Classification: Query
Surnames: mcallister
My grandfather was John H. Mcallister. who went to
BridgePort. Conn. in the late 1800's . Could any of your
relatives be related to anyone from Georgia? would like
to hear from you Mt e-mail is fran987@netzero.com.
thanks, Fran

Re: Mary McAllister & brother Sam McAllister, N. Ireland

Posted: 1349714681000
Classification: Query
hello ,
my dad is called sam mcallister and his sister is called mary mcallister too , they both live in county atrim , message me if you find any more infomation
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