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Hugh Montgomery, 1st Viscount Montgomery
  1. Hugh Montgomery, 1st Viscount Montgomery1560 - 1636
  • HHugh Montgomery, 1st Viscount Montgomery1560 - 1636
  • WElizabeth Shaw1560 - 1625
m. 1587
  1. Hugh Montgomery1619 - 1642
Facts and Events
Name Hugh Montgomery, 1st Viscount Montgomery
Gender Male
Birth? 1560 Beith, Ayrshire, Scotland
Marriage 1587 Renfrewshire, Scotlandto Elizabeth Shaw
Death? 25 May 1636 Newtownards, Down, Ireland
Reference Number? Q5931989?

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Sir Hugh Montgomery, 1st Viscount Montgomery of the Great Ards (c. 1560 – 15 May 1636) was an aristocrat and a soldier, known as one of the "founding fathers" of the Ulster-Scots along with Sir James Hamilton, 1st Viscount Claneboye. Montgomery was born in Ayrshire at Broadstone Castle, near Beith. He was the son of Adam Montgomery, the 5th Laird of Braidstane, by his wife and cousin.

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  1.   Hugh Montgomery, 1st Viscount Montgomery, in Wikipedia: The Free Encyclopedia.
  2.   Hugh Montgomery – Aristocrat and Soldier.
  3.   Masson, David. The register of the Privy Council of Scotland : vol. VIII, A.D. 1607-1610. (Edinburgh: H. M. General Register House, 1887), Page 252.

    page 252. February 28, 1609.--The feud between James, Earl of Glencairne, and his friends under written, on the one part--and--Hew, Earl of Eglintoun, and Robert, Lord Semple, and their friends, on the other part, having been amicably submitted, in presence of the Council, in January 1607 to certain neutral friends, the said friends had at last disagreed anent the nomination of an oversman, and the submission had been given up by them and allowed to fall in his Majesty's hands, so that now his Majesty is the only judge and oversman in that matter.

    Accordingly, his Majesty having given direction for reconciling the said parties, according to a decree to be pronounced in his name hereanent, there is order to charge the following persons,--viz.

    Andro Arnot of Lochrig, younger
    Robert Boyd in Clerkland
    Abrahame Cunynghame, servitor to late Alex'r. Cunynghame of Aikit
    Alexander Cunynghame of Corshill
    Alexander Cunynghame of Craigens
    Alexander Cunynghame of Tourlandis
    Daniel Cunynghame of Dalkeith
    David Cunynghame of Robertland
    Gabriell Cunynghame, brother of the Laird of Craigens
    Hew, son of late Hew Cunynghame of Saltcoitis
    Mr. James Cunynghame of Montgrenane and his brothers
    Johnne Cunynghame of Cunynghameheid
    (2nd named) Johnne Cunynghame of Ros, brother of Earl of Glencairne
    (3rd named) Patrick Cunynghame, goodsire-brother of James Cunynghame of Aiket,
    Robert Cunynghame of Waterstoun and his brother Joseph
    (4th named) William Cunynghame, uncle of Patrick Cunynghame
    Williame Cunynghame of Brounhill
    William Cunynghame of Caprintoun
    William Cunynghame of Clonbaith
    (1st named) Earl of Glencairne
    Bartilmo Maxwell
    Patrik Maxwell of Newark, and his brothers Johnne and David

    Johnne (?Robert) Birsbane, elder of Bishoptoun
    Johnne (?Robert) Birsbane, younger of Bischoptoun
    Matthew Birsbane of Roisland
    Symone Birsbane of Nether Walkinschaw
    The late William Birsbane of Barnhill: His sons John, William, James
    James Dunlop of that Ilk
    (1st named) The Earl of Eglintoun
    Archibald Lindsay of Creifoche
    Hew Montgomerie of Achinheid
    Hew (?Robert) Montgomerie of Hissilheid
    Sir Hew Montgomerie of Braidstane
    Johnne Montgomerie of Scotistoun
    (3rd named) Sir Neill Montgomerie of Langschaw
    Robert Montgomerie of Skelmourlie
    James Mowat of Busbie
    Robert Mure of Cauldwele
    Hew Ralstoun of that Ilk
    (2nd named) Lord Semple
    William Semple of Foulwood and his brothers

    to appear before the Council on 16th March next, under pain of rebellion, to hear his Majesty's decreet pronounced; with certification that, if they do not compear, they will be denounced rebels, decree will be given in the matter, and they shall be compelled to obey the same.

    The Earl of Eglintoun, Lord Semple and their said friends are reuqired to come Edinburg on 14th March next, and the Earl of Glencairn and his friends on Wednesday 15th March; and, at their coming to the burgh, they are to repair to their lodgings, and remain there till sent for by the Council.