Los MacAllister irlandeses descienden de Colla Uais, del linaje de los MacDonnell y los O'Hart. Este nombre aparece en Irlanda en la Edad Media sólo ocasionalmente -un MacAllister fue testigo en una escritura del rey Roderick O'Connor en el año 1176- pero es recién en el siglo XIV que lo encontramos ya como un clan irlandés en el nordeste del Ulster, a donde llegaron con los MacDonnell. O'Hart dice que los Mac Allister descienden de Alnstrum, hijo de Donhnal, Señor de las Islas, que es el Nº 104 en el pedigree de los Mac Donnell de Antrim y descendiente a su vez de Heremón, séptimo hijo de Milesio de España. En los registros de pasajeros llegados a Buenos Aires en el siglo pasado sólo encontramos a Jane MacAllister. Hay muchas formas de deletrear (ó escribir) el apellido MacAllister, en Irlanda, y pueden ser encontrados en la Guía Telefónica de Irlanda (www.goldenpages.ie/extra/phonebook.html) (son variantes de un mismo apellido): McEllistrum, MacAllister, McAllister, MacAlister, McAlister, McAlaister, McAlasdair, MacAlasdair, McAlester, MacAlester, MacAllester, McAllester, McAllistar, McLister, McCallister, McCollister, McAlastair, McAlaster, MacAlaster, MacAlester, MacAlister, MacAllaster, MacAllester, MacAllister, MacCalaster, MacCalester, MacCalister, MacCallaster, MacCallester, MacCallister, McAlaster, McAlester, McAlister, McAllaster, McAllester, McAllister, McCalaster, McCalester, McCalister, McCallaster, McCallester, McCallister, MacColaster, MacColester, MacColister, MacCollaster, MacCollester, MacCollister, McColaster, McColester, McColister, McCollaster, McCollester, McCollister, MacAlasdair, MacAllasdair, MacCalasdair, MacCallasdair, McAlasdair, McAllasdair, McCalasdair, McCallasdair, MacLaster, MacLester, MacLister, McLaster, McLester, McLister, Alister, Allister, Alester, Alistair, Allaster, Allistair, Allester, Allasdair, Alasdair, Alaster, Alastair, Saunderson, Saunders, Sandrissoun, Sandrison, Sanderrissone, Sanderisone, Sandersounn, Sanderis, Sandersone, Sanderson, Sanders, Alshinor, Alshonar, Alshioner, Aleschenor, Alschinner, Alshinder, Aleckander, Alshonder, Alschioner, Alschoner, Alshenour, Aleschunder, Alaksandu, Alschonder, Alexshunder, Alisschonder, Alschunder, Alisandre, Alshander, Alaxandair, Alisschoner, Alshumder, Ashioner, Aschenour, Alzenher, Alshoner, Alshunder, Alzenor, Alshonner, Alsinder, Alshonir, Elshener, Elshender, Elchuner, Elshenour, Elshenar, Elsender, Elsher, Elchyneur, Elzenour, Elshinar, Elshioner, Elshunder, Sandiesoune, Sandesoune, Sandie, Sandesoun, Sandesone, Sandesounn, Sandy, Sandison, Sandeson, Alexander, Aillieson, Allesoune, Allesoun, Aleson, Alison, Allasone, Allason, Allasoun, Allison, Allasoune, Allasson, Alesoun, Allsoun, Allisone, Alason, Alizon, Alleson, Alisone, Alissone, Alesone, Alysone, Aliesone, Aleynson, Aleinson, Allanson, Alensone, Allansone, Allansoune, Aleynsson, Allinson, Alanesone, Alinson, Alansoun, Alanesoun, Alanson, Alansone, Alynson, Ellis, Ellison, Elliss, Ellisson, Alexanderson.

El prefijo Irlandés Mac (cuya abreviatura irlandesa es Mc, usándose de las dos formas, en Irlanda), significa "Hijo de". Allister en idioma gaélico significa Alexander, es decir, Alejandro, Mac Allister equivale a "Hijo de Alejandro".

Sitios web del Clan MacAllister / Clan MacAllister´s Links: www.clanmcalister.org; www.clanmacallister.com.ar

McAllister / MacAllister / MacAlister
Badge: A hand holding a dagger. Motto: Fortiter - "Boldly", "Audazmente".
Tartan

Escudo de Armas (Coat of Arms)

Coat of Arms: Per chevron, Black and silver with a crescent in base. Crest: An arm in armour holding a sword. Motto: Per mare, per terras. Motto Translated: By sea, by land.

The members of the Irish clan MacAllister are descents of Colla Uais, from the lineage of the MacDonnell and O'Hart. The MacAllister family name appeared in Ireland only occasionally during the Middle Age. As an interesting anecdote, in 1776 a MacAllister acted as a witness in a property title of King Roderick O'Connor. However, they became a formal Irish clan during the 14th Century, settling jointly with the Mac Donnell clan in the northeast region of Ulster. O'Hart says that the Mac Allister descend from Alnstrum, son of Donhnal, known as the Lord of the Isles, who is the 104th in the Mac Donnell of Antrim's pedigree and who is also a descent of Heremón, the seventh son of Milesio of Spain. There is only one MacAllister -Jane Mac Allister- that appears in the 1900's Buenos Aires immigration registry. There are many ways of spelling MacAllister, in Ireland, and can be found in Ireland´s Telephone Directory (www.goldenpages.ie/extra/phonebook.html) (setps): McEllistrum, MacAllister, McAllister, MacAlister, McAlister, McAlaister, McAlasdair, MacAlasdair, McAlester, MacAlester, MacAllester, McAllester, McAllistar, McLister, McCallister, McCollister, McAlastair, McAlaster, MacAlaster, MacAlester, MacAlister, MacAllaster, MacAllester, MacAllister, MacCalaster, MacCalester, MacCalister, MacCallaster, MacCallester, MacCallister, McAlaster, McAlester, McAlister, McAllaster, McAllester, McAllister, McCalaster, McCalester, McCalister, McCallaster, McCallester, McCallister, MacColaster, MacColester, MacColister, MacCollaster, MacCollester, MacCollister, McColaster, McColester, McColister, McCollaster, McCollester, McCollister, MacAlasdair, MacAllasdair, MacCalasdair, MacCallasdair, McAlasdair, McAllasdair, McCalasdair, McCallasdair, MacLaster, MacLester, MacLister, McLaster, McLester, McLister, Alister, Allister, Alester, Alistair, Allaster, Allistair, Allester, Allasdair, Alasdair, Alaster, Alastair, Saunderson, Saunders, Sandrissoun, Sandrison, Sanderrissone, Sanderisone, Sandersounn, Sanderis, Sandersone, Sanderson, Sanders, Alshinor, Alshonar, Alshioner, Aleschenor, Alschinner, Alshinder, Aleckander, Alshonder, Alschioner, Alschoner, Alshenour, Aleschunder, Alaksandu, Alschonder, Alexshunder, Alisschonder, Alschunder, Alisandre, Alshander, Alaxandair, Alisschoner, Alshumder, Ashioner, Aschenour, Alzenher, Alshoner, Alshunder, Alzenor, Alshonner, Alsinder, Alshonir, Elshener, Elshender, Elchuner, Elshenour, Elshenar, Elsender, Elsher, Elchyneur, Elzenour, Elshinar, Elshioner, Elshunder, Sandiesoune, Sandesoune, Sandie, Sandesoun, Sandesone, Sandesounn, Sandy, Sandison, Sandeson, Alexander, Aillieson, Allesoune, Allesoun, Aleson, Alison, Allasone, Allason, Allasoun, Allison, Allasoune, Allasson, Alesoun, Allsoun, Allisone, Alason, Alizon, Alleson, Alisone, Alissone, Alesone, Alysone, Aliesone, Aleynson, Aleinson, Allanson, Alensone, Allansone, Allansoune, Aleynsson, Allinson, Alanesone, Alinson, Alansoun, Alanesoun, Alanson, Alansone, Alynson, Ellis, Ellison, Elliss, Ellisson, Alexanderson.

The MacAllisters usually regarded as a branch of the Scottish MacDonald and in historical times they came to Ireland from Scotland. Nevertheless they are Irish Gaels by origin since they descend from Colla Uais, eldest of the famous three Collas of Oriel. The name occurs in Ireland occasionally in the early middle ages-a Mac Alister, was a witness to a deed of King Roderic O'Connor in 1176-but it was not until the fourteenth century that they became established as an Irish sept in north-east Ulster, having come over first as gallóglaigh (galloglasses), chiefly in the service of the MacDonnells. In 1578 a MacDonnell known as Turlogh óg MacAlexander appeared as a leading galloglass captain in Leinster and in the previous decade MacAllister Gallda was similarly prominent in Ulster. In the 1659 "census" MacAllister was very numerous in Co. Antrim, and it also appeared as a principal Irish surname in Co. Derry. Now over ninety per cent of the name comes. from that part of the country. In Co. Down variants like MacCallister, MacLester and even Lester are found. The Kerry surname Macellistrum has sometimes been recorded in the birth registers as MacAllister.Tthese two surnames have a common origin. The Gaelic MacAlastair and MacAlastruim both meaning son of Alexander. The Munster branch has long been settled in Co. Kerry where in 1579 and subsequent years of Elizabeth I's reign several members of the family are included in the pardons of that period. The seat of the head of the family was Castle MacEllistrum, near Tralee. Neither name is prominent in the disturbed years of the seventeenth century. One Archibald MacAllister was quarter-master in Tyrconnell's Regiment of Horse in King James 11's army and two of the names are among the ( forfeiting) proprietors of Co. Antrim after 1691. In the next century two are noteworthy: Oliver MacAllister, who was born in Co. Louth about 1715, occupied the unusual position of secret agent for France and England, while Sam MacAllister, a deserter from the Antrim militia was killed at the battle of Derrynamuch, and took a heroic part in the 1798 Insurrection. In more modern times George MacAllister (1786-1812) church decorator, Alexander MacAllister (1844-1919), anatomist and Egyptologist, and his son Professor Robert Alexander MacAllister (1871-1950), the archaeologist, all born in Dublin but of Scottish ancestry, were men of outstanding attainments. The name McAllister in Ireland is taken from the native Gaelic Sept MacAlastair who settled in Scotland only to return to Ulster in the fourteenth century as Gallowglass warriors.

The Irish prefix Mac -or its abbreviation Mc- means "Son of". Both abbreviations are commonly used in Ireland nowadays. On the other hand, Allister, a word from the Gaelic language, means "Alexander". The entire family name, MacAllister, means "Son of Alexander".

Fuentes Documentales
Historias de Familia
Cripta Mc Allister

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Charles Mc Allister & Anne Cassidy | | (modificado el 20.04.2017 )
Daniel Mc Allister & Julia Crow (modificado el 19.03.2017 )
Henry Mac Allister (modificado el 19.03.2017 )
James Mc Alister (From Uruguay) & Maria Green y Ferguson (modificado el 19.03.2017 )
James Mc Allister & Juana Casazza (modificado el 19.03.2017 )
Johannes Mc Allister & Anna Thornton (modificado el 19.03.2017 )
John Muir MacAlaster & Katherine Lascelles Smith (modificado el 19.03.2017 )
John MacAllister & Jane N (modificado el 19.03.2017 )
Joseph Mc Allister & Anne N (modificado el 19.03.2017 )
Michael Mac Allister & Ellen Shields (modificado el 19.03.2017 )
Robert Mac Alister & Anne Downes (modificado el 19.03.2017 )
Singles / Others / Otros / Mac Allister ( modificado el / modified on 19.03.2017 )

 

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INGRESOS POR EL PUERTO DE BUENOS AIRES - LISTA DE PASAJEROS
BUENOS AIRES'S PORT ARRIVALS - PASSENGER'S LIST

 

Nombre / Name
Nacionalidad
declarada / Declared nacionality
Fecha de
arribo / Arrival date
Puerto de
embarque / Departure port
Nombre
del barco / Ship name
Allister, Tadeus
s/d, profesion: Artesanos
29.12.1825
Liverpool
s/d
Mac Alister, Willian
Inglaterra, acompañado por Jeorge Mason, profesion: Marinero
28.11.1826
Vacas
s/d
Macalister, Roverto
ingles
9.7.1838
M.deo (Montevideo)
P.te Eufracia
Macalister, Alberto
ingles
22.7.1851
Londres
Paquete I.s Esk
Allister, E. B. de
inglesa
22.11.1856
Inglaterra
Vapor Prince
Alister
s/d, acompañado por 2 hijos y 1 sirviente
14.4.1864, Buenos Aires
Southampton
Mersey
Alister, Jaime M.
s/d
15.11.1866, Buenos Aires
Mont.o (Montevideo)
Rio Parana

 

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GRIFFITH's VALUATION

Durante el siglo XIX  se registro a los terratenientes para determinar el monto de impuestos que debian rendir al gobierno para sustentar el sistema impuesto por la Ley de Pobres (Poor Law System), ley impuesta en Irlanda desde 1838 en adelante, como extension del English Poor Law System que ya existia desde 1350).

 

Landholdings (Terratenientes)
Tenia declarado ante la Ley

Valuacion Anual

Charles McAllister

1 Casa y campos por  4 acres, 2 Roods, 16 Perches (4000 m2, 500 m2, 40 m2 = 4540 m2)

5 Pounds (Annual valuation of £5) Status de la propiedad: In Chancery in 1847. (Tierras bajo el control de la Corte, usualmente para (a) si habia disputa de tierras entre partes, (b) Si su dueño murio y no dejo testamento.

Charles Thomas McAllister Location of the Lands: Lusk, Co. Dublin

1 Casa y campos por 2 acres and 15 Perches (2014 m2, 37.5 m2 = 2051.5 m2)

3 Pounds (Annual valuation of £3) Status de la propiedad: In Chancery in 1847. (Tierras bajo el control de la Corte, usualmente para (a) si habia disputa de tierras entre partes, (b) Si su dueño murio y no dejo testamento

Medidas Imperiales Antiguas en Uso en Irlanda - AREA - 1 Yarda = 0.91 metros / 10 Perch =  Area de 5.5 Yardas (ancho) por 5.5  Yardas (largo) = 25 metros cuadrados. 1 Acre = 34.8 Yardas x 34.8 Yardas = 31.7 metros x 31.7 metros = 1007 metros cuadrados .  / 1 Rood = 250 metros cuadrados.

En Masacre en las pampas, John Lynch incluye el testimonio del colono Seymour: “Si el gaucho odiaba a los gringos -sostiene Lynch-, estos devolvían el mismo sentimiento. Los colonos ingleses llegaron a desconfiar del gaucho y a ver en él la encarnación de todos los defectos de la Argentina Rural, donde la violencia era una forma de vida y los principios no significaban nada. Desde su estancia de Fraile Muerto, Richard Seymour expresó su desprecio por el concepto del ‘gaucho noble'. Superficialmente los gauchos eran más civilizados que los peones ingleses pero cuando se llegaba a las cosas esenciales, su carácter moral era inferior: ‘Me parecía que ninguna medida de amabilidad o confianza lograba generar reciprocidad con alguna señal de agradecimiento y la mera carencia de moral es suficiente para convocar una maldición sobre cualquier nación'. El capataz del mismo Seymour, supuestamente uno de los paisanos gauchos de Mansilla, lo engañaba cada vez que se le presentaba la ocasión y no hacía ningún trabajo que pudiera evitar”.

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