|Claud, fifth Lord Strabane, baptized at St. Audoen's,
Dublin, 13 September 1659, succeeded his father in 1668,
and succeeding also to the title of Abercorn, was the fourth
earl. At the Revolution he went over to France to King
James II., with whom he went to Ireland, and was sworn
of his Privy Council there: was one of the lords of his
bedchamber, and had the command of a regiment of horse.
After the defeat of the Boyne he embarked for France, but
was killed on the voyage in 1690. After his death he was
outlawed, and his estate and title of Strabane forfeited,
but the earldom of Abercorn devolved on his brother.