Robert Monro ( - 1680):
Robert Monro, when the rebellion of 1641 began in Ireland, came as a major-general in the Scottish army. That year he sacked Newry, County Down and three years later defended Ulster against the Confederates and royalists. Owen Roe O'Neill defeated him at the Battle of Benburb in 1646. He was sent to England and was detained there until 1654 when he returned to Ireland.