Bob McAlonie and Cousin Mike McAlonie Looking For Relatives
My great great
grandparents were Daniel Vallary(Vallely)b.abt.1805,d.abt.1855, Montreal,Can.
and Ann McGahan b.abt.1805, d.1846
Montreal. Both born in Ireland.
They were married before 1836 in Armagh
Parish, Ballymacnab, Townland of Cladybeg,Ireland.
They had 4 children:
Catherine, Mary Anne,Francis and
Catherine is my great grandmother.
Original surname I believe was McIllvallely.
Catherine married Robert McAlonie( a
harnessmaker). They lived in West Troy, NY,USA.
They both died in 1879.They left 5
children.If interested, please contact me.
Bob and Mike
Bob King in Canada was looking for Stanley Vallely
Came upon your web site "Vallely family". It is of interest to
me as I am searching for an army friend I had with little success. I went
through your family tree and can see that he is of no immediate family
connection. The Vallely I am looking for is:
Stanley Vallely, born in Ireland in the year 1935c, his father
owned and operated a pub on 25 Distillery Lane, Belfast, Ireland.
immigrated to Canada in 1954, joined the armed forces "Black
Watch", stayed three years, went to Germany, married a German girl
and was believed to have gone to Australia.
I have searched for a long
time as he was a good friend and have been unable to locate him. Stanley
Vallely may be a connection with your Irish descendants.
If you come across his name would you let me know?
I have to check with Paul Vallely but I have an email from him about Brendan (Barney) Vallely who owned a pub in Belfast. He didn't know the name of it since it was only known as The Shop at home. It was the subject of a play known as The Dockers. I'll try to get in touch with him and see if he can provide some more information.
November 8, 2000
Paul contacted Bob. Stan is his uncle and Bob has his address. This is better than police work.
Received this email in December, 2003:
I was just browsing through your
fab website in the "Looking for section", you had an article about Barney
Vallely who had a pub in Belfast, it was a subject of a play known as The
Dockers, Barney was my grandfather. His son Jerome was my father who sadfully
passed away 7 years. I must ask my mum but I think my grandfathers bar was
called Barneys. Hope this information is someway useful.
Online Engineer Bowne Global Solutions,
Dun Laoghaire, Co.