You may have already found what you are looking for. I dont know about a death record for Clement at Louisburg, but he was there. I did not write down vol. and page, but the NEHGR has an article (search for Clement Moody) which lists Clement Moody: Clement Moody, appears in the Louisburg list of Nov 20 1745, Capt. John Light's Company from NH where many other old NH/ME surnames appear: Sinkler, Dudley, Fifield, Savage, Severance, Sanborn, Lary, Libbey, Roberts, Clark and Bean. Also listed in Col. Samuel Moore's Regiment for Repairs to the Garrison at Louisburg from september 23- October 12, 1745. provided 4 days labor.
It does not say which 4 days he worked within that time frame, or why it was not longer; ie was he killed?
Please let me know if you ever found something more specific.
thank you. Barbara
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