Extracted from The Scots in Ulster: Their Denization and Naturalisation 1605-1634 (Part1) – Rev. David Stewart (Presbyterian Historical Society of Ireland, Belfast, 1952)
On his lands in the neighbourhood of Clogher and Augher, purchased of Edward Kingsmill, May 10, 1616
Herbert Maxwell, on June 1st, 1616 for a term of 21 years, the Ballyboes called Mullaghvany, Proluske, and two-thirds of the townland of Killany.
David Barkley, Esq, - On Nov 1st 1620; for a term of 19 years, three Ballyboes
Robert Murdogh; on May 1st, 1620; for a term of 5 years; one Ballyboe
Between the years 1617 and 1627, Sir William set lands to the following tenants, for terms from 7 to 19 years
(Ulster Inquisition – (49) Chas I)