Robert Stewart ( - 1670):
Robert Stewart came from Scotland and in 1617 was granted lands in Cavan, Fermanagh and Leitrim. He was appointed Governor of Culmore Castle on Lough Foyle in 1638, and became Governor of Derry in 1643. He had defeated Owen Roe O'Neill near Clones, County Monaghan. In 1648 he was arrested by the Parliamentarians and taken to London, but he managed to escape and join the Royalist army. He then returned to Scotland until the Restoration, after which he served a term as Governor of Derry.