Family of Sir Henry Clinton
- Admiral George Clinton (British politician) (1686–1761), British naval officer and colonial governor
- General Sir Henry Clinton (1730–1795), British general during the American Revolutionary War
- General Sir William Henry Clinton (1769–1846), British general during the Napoleonic Wars
- Lieutenant General Sir Henry Clinton (Napoleonic Wars) K.B. (1771–1829), British general during the Napoleonic Wars
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