Maclean was born in Loughborough in 1890.
In 1911, aged 21, he was described as a merchants’ clerk, boarding with Rev. William Henry Ogle-Skan, the first vicar of St. John the Evangelist’s Church, Algernon Road, West Hendon and his wife, at the Vicarage.
In 1924 he married Mary Agnes (Mollie), the youngest daughter of the late H.T. Wright, of British Guiana, and Mrs. Wright, of Heather Cottage, Tilford, Surrey. At the time of his marriage Maclean was manager of a tea and rubber plantation on the Knavesmire Estate, Ceylon.
Maclean died on 23rd November 1953, aged 63, at No. 40, Southerhay East, Exeter. At the time of his death he was living at Wilcroft, Herefordshire. He left effects valued at £16,094 15s. 6d. and was survived by his wife Mary.
- The Times, 21st August, 1924. ↑