Hugh Dubh O'Neill ( - 1660):
Hugh O'Neill served in Spain with Owen Roe O'Neill, and when he returned to Ireland in 1642 he was taken prisoner in Monaghan, but in 1646 was released in an exchange of prisoners. He was appointed general of the Irish forces in Ulster and Governor of Limerick, where he fought Cromwell's army. In 1651, as Governor of Limerick, he capitulated and was sent as a prisoner to London. On his release he returned to Spain, where he died.