Extracted from The Scots in Ulster: Their Denization and Naturalisation 1605-1634 (Part1) – Rev. David Stewart (Presbyterian Historical Society of Ireland, Belfast, 1952
In “Clogher na Righ”, 1930, Mr. J. J. Marshall, M. A., writes (p. 47) “There is printed in the Calendar of State Papers, Ireland, 1611-14 (p. 308) an order from the Lord Deputy to the Attorney General” to draw forth a fiant of incorporation to the Bishop of Clogher, Robert Montgomery, Provost:
By the name of Provost and Burgesses of the town of Clogher, enabling them to send Burgesses to Parliament, and to enjoy privileges, &c., according to the King’s letters of Oath, December, 1612
The above-named Provost and Burgesses were probably all Scots.