“Genealogical and Personal History of Beaver County Pennsylvania” Under the editorial supervision of: JOHN W. JORDAN, LL. D. Vol. II New York: Lewis Historical Publishing Co., 1914.
Pg. 604 McNALLY - The McNALLYS have come to America at various times, and the greater number of them have been identified with industrial callings.Some, however, are also to be found in professional and diplomatic lines.
(I) PHILIP McNALLY was born in Ireland, and emigrated to the U. S. in 1896.He settled at Braddock, Allegheny Co., Pa., where his death occurred the following year, and he is buried in Calvary Cemetery, Pittsburgh.He married, in Ireland, ANN HANEY, also a native of that country, who died in 1891.They had children: MARTIN, HUBERT, MARY (deceased), BRIDGET (deceased), MICHAEL, PATRICK (deceased), ANN, JOHN (deceased).
(II) MARTIN McNALLY, son of PHILIP and ANN (HANEY) McNALLY, was born in county Galway, Ireland, Nov. 8, 1856.He emigrated to America in 1881, arriving here in the month of May, and went to Albany, New York, where he was employed until 1885.He held a position on the steamboat “St. John,” of the People’s Line, and while in the company’s employ had the misfortune to lose one of his legs.For the next three years he was engaged in the fruit business, then moved to Braddock, Allegheny Co., Pa., where he opened a hotel, of which he was the proprietor and manager until he took a trip to Ireland in 1902.He remained in his native land for the period of one year, then returned to Pa., and lived in the city of Pittsburgh until 1908.Aliquippa, Beaver Co., Pa. was the next scene of his activities, and there he purchased the Columbia Hotel, and has been the proprietor since that time...MR. McNALLY was of the organizers of the Aliquippa National Bank, and is one of its directors.He is a charter member of “The Owls,” which was organized in 1913, and is a member of the republican party.He married, in 1887, BRIDGET C. CONWAY, born in Ireland.They have no children.