|Also Known As:||"Claffin"|
|Birthplace:||Brookfield, Middlesex County, Massachusetts Bay Colony|
|Death:||Died in Nouvelle-France|
|Cause of death:||Killed in the French and Indian Wars|
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About Robert McClaflin
He was one of the quota of Rowley, Mass., in the expedition against Quebec under Sir William Phipps, 1690. He died in this service. For his services in this expedition the town of Rowley (May 6, 1691) awarded to his administrator, Capt. Thomas Fisk, L 4, 12s, 7d. This amount was included in the estate of his father, showing that Robert, the son, had died prior to his father without issue.