Jeremiah O'Quinn ( - 1657):
Jeremiah O'Quinn was born in Templepatrick, County Antrim. He was a native Irish speaker and a Catholic, but he converted to Protestantism and was educated in Glasgow, where he qualified as a Presbyterian minister. He was appointed to the parish of Billy, County Antrim, in 1645 and was suspended for his stand on the execution of Charles I, though he was later reinstated. He died at Billy.