||Clement Maxfield migrated to New England during the Puritan Great Migration (1620-1640).|
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Clement Maxfield was born most likely in England around 1621 to unknown parents, although some researchers say his father's name was John.
Clement was in Massachusetts by 1638 when he married Mary Denman. 
Clement's primary residence was in Dorchester, MA, although he lived in Taunton, MA, for a short period. He is mentioned frequently in the Dorchester records and served as constable.
Clement died on 3 Feb 1691-2 at Dorchester, Massachusetts.
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