Thomas Clinton (MP)
Sir Thomas Clinton (died 1415) was an English soldier and Member of Parliament.
Clinton married twice: firstly Alice and secondly Joan, the daughter and coheiress of Sir Ralph Meynell (d. 1388), of Langley, Derbyshire and Newton Regis, Warwickshire and the widow of John Staunton of Staunton Harold, Leicestershire. Through Joan he acquired land in Burton Overy and Upton, Leicestershire, Newton Regis (Warwickshire), Langley (Derbyshire) and Staffordshire. With her he may have had one daughter.
He was knighted before 1386.
He saw military service in Scotland and on John of Gaunt's expedition to Spain. He then transferred his allegiance to Thomas Mowbray, the Earl Marshal, following him to Ireland in 1394.
He died of disease in mid-1415 at the siege of Harfleur when campaigning in the service of the Duke of Gloucester. There is a memorial to him in the chancel of Hunton church.