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  1. 14/02/2020 · Henry Clinton was a British general who fought in the American Revolution. He was Commander-in-Chief at the time that the colonies were lost. Not much is known of his early life and few details are known of his life after the war. Sir Henry Clinton | public domain courtesy of Wikimedia Commons. He was born April 16, 1730.

  2. Henry Clinton (British Army officer, born 1730) General Sir Henry Clinton, KB (16 April 1730 – 23 December 1795) was a British army officer and politician who sat in the House of Commons between 1772 and 1795. He is best known for his service as a general during the American War of Independence.

    • 1751–1793
    • General
  3. Sir Henry Clinton, (born April 16?, 1730?—died December 23, 1795, Cornwall, England), British commander in chief in America during the Revolutionary War. The son of George Clinton, a naval officer and administrator, Henry joined the New York militia in 1745 as a lieutenant. He went to London in 1749 and was commissioned in the British army in 1751.

  4. Henry Clinton ( 16 de abril de 1730 - 23 de diciembre de 1795) fue un militar y político británico, conocido principalmente por su servicio como general durante la Guerra de Independencia de Estados Unidos . Tras su llegada a Boston en mayo de 1775, entre 1778 y 1782 ocupó el cargo de comandante en jefe para Norte América.

  5. Henry Clinton Title Commander-in-Chief, America; Lieutenant General War & Affiliation Revolutionary War / British Date of Birth - Death April 16, 1730 - December 23, 1795 Born in Newfoundland in 1730, Henry Clinton was the son of George Clinton, an admiral in the British Navy and the governor of Newfoundland.

  6. The son of George Clinton, an admiral of the fleet, Henry had two sons who continued the family tradition of high command: General Sir William Henry Clinton (1769–1846), and Lieutenant-General Sir Henry Clinton (1771–1829). ==Early life==. Henry Clinton was born, probably in 1730, to Admiral George Clinton and Anne Carle, the daughter of a general.