Daniel O'Neill (c.1612 - 1664):
Daniel O'Neill served at the court of Charles II, and as a soldier fought abroad. After attempting to regain his own estates, he commanded the foot soldiers at Marston Moor (1644) and Naseby (1645), and for a period was in command of the Ulster Confederate army. He was committed to the Tower, but escaped wearing women's clothes. After the Restoration he was rewarded with an estate in England and was appointed Postmaster-General. He built Belsize House in London and died in Kent.
||24 October 1664