Doesn't quite sound like your but here an Allen-Alison connection:
It was John Alison and Ruth Ralston, that pioneer couple from North Carolina, who not many years after their marriage followed the footsteps of the illustrious Daniel Boone, to make their future home in the state which he first settled.For such home they chose a farm in the primeval forest, near the bank of the Licking river in Nicholas county, Kentucky.Their ten children we name in the order of their birth, and give the names of the persons to whom each was married. Nancy, the oldest, was married to Joseph Graham, and they afterwards moved to a farm near Greensburg, Indiana. [The Grahams, near Groveland, Indiana, are grandchildren.] James married Naomi Hardick, and emigrated to Wisconsin in 1846. Mary or Polly, as she was known, married Robert Allen.They lived on a farm adjoining that of her brother, Andrew, three miles to the southwest of Bainbridge, Indiana. Annie with her husband, Douglas Allen, moved to the then new state of Iowa, and were also farmers to the north of LaGrange, in Lucas county, for several years before the Civil War. Eleanor married Milton L. Brown, of Nicholas county, Kentucky, where they lived their natural lives . Margaret (Peggy) married Lanville Brown of Bath county Kentucky.[Capt. John Alison Brown, a well known citizen of Carpentersville, Indiana, who afterwards moved to Lebanon, Indiana, was their eldest son.] John Ralston Alison was married to Malinda Gilkey and came to Putnam county, Indiana, and purchased a farm one mile to the south of Brick Chapel, which is still known as the Harvey Alison farm.[Harvey Alison married ‘Betty’ Black of Greencastle, Indianaand to them was born a daughter who is now (1916) Mrs. M--- Alison Cockrell, Winchester, Kentucky. Andrew Alison married Elizabeth Hedges and afterwards moved to Indiana.They are the grandparents of the writer of this sketch and a more extended account of them and their descendants will be found in another chapter. Elizabeth married Alexander Bradshaw and lived and died on their farm near Brick Chapel, Indiana . Mariah, the youngest, with her husband, Samuel Call, were also farmers near Brick Chapel. The descendants of these ten children of John and Ruth Alison are now to be found in more than as many states.