Thanks a ton! I think that's it! Instead of quickly scrolling, i read quite a bit of that on the way down. pretty interesting. Given so many of the other peaks seem to be named in the same fashion, like Logan and Buckner, it seems William McAllister might be the most likely namesake.
In 'Exploring Washington', a book by Harry Majors published in 1975:
"McAllister Creek drains a tremendous cirque with spectacular glaciers, rarely visited by man. the creek commemorates miner William McAllister living in Marblemount in 1895 and active on Thunder Creek between 1898 and 1915."
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