Clan MacAlister Society & Links
The Clan MacAlister Society
This is the official society web site providing information about the Clan MacAlister Society and its activities. The Clan MacAlister Society promotes participation in festivals, Highland Games, and other social events relating to things Scottish in general, and Clan MacAlister in particular.
Clan MacAlister of America
Clan McAlister of America (CMA) was founded in 1990 with the mission of searching for, recording and sharing branch histories and pedigrees.
Historian for North America : Lynn McAlister – firstname.lastname@example.org
Clan MacAlister of Australia:
Chev. Max M Macalister ESQ. Masonic KOTJ. Knight Templer. FAHSA.
Senior of “Strathaird Macalisters”.
Cadet of “Tarbert Castle Macalisters”.
All arms of Scot. 1995.
Lord of “Clifton-Coldwell” Morpeth UK.
Pres. CLAN MACALISTER AUSTRALIA
Unit 2 / 24A RATTRAY ROAD
MONTMORENCY 3094 VICTORIA AUSTRALIA
Phone: +613 9435 9914
Email: email@example.com Skype: maxmacalister
Other MacAlister Links
Glenbarr Abbey Restoration site:
Today in Macalister History
A great blog with loads of information by Lynn MacAlister
MacAlister One Name Study:
The MacAlister one-name study grew out of my work as historian for the North American MacAlister clan societies. The study is an attempt to discover the story of this clan, not only in its Scottish and Irish homelands but also globally. I am interested in how its members are connected (though not necessarily related), how they got to the many places they can now be found, and what happened to them there. If you are a MacAlister, regardless of origin or spelling, I would love to hear your story!
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We are still looking for relevant links and society details. If you know of any please contact us.