|Alternative Address:||Mahera, Co. Cavan; Creevy, Co. Longford; Upper Ballalley Street, Granard|
Resident at The Hill in the home of his father-in-law, James Charters (aka Carters)
Resident at Silver Street, Granard
|Regiment/Unit:||Inland Water Transport, Royal Engineers|
|Date of Death:||22-04-1918|
|Cause:||Died at home, Granard, natural causes.|
|Memorial:||Granardkill Cemetery, Co. Longford|
Thomas Clinton was born 18 August 1872 in Maghera, Co. Cavan not far from Granard, but later moved to Creevy, Co. Longford. He married to Margaret Carters (or Charters), known as Maggie, in Granard in November 1899, and by 1911 they had seven children together.
Tomas died at home aged 45 years, as a result of a malignant tumour. After his death, Thomas's widow appears to have remarried and became Margaret Reilly.
|Parents Names:||Son of John Clinton*|
|Notes:||*The CWGC states that Thomas's mother was Rose Clinton, however it is likely that she was actually Biddy/Bridget Clinton (née Sheridan), originally from Mahera and later lived in Creevy, and the Commonwealth War Graves Commission (CWGC) entry was an error.|