Henry John Clements
He was appointed High Sheriff of Leitrim for 1804–05 and Sheriff of Cavan for 1814–15. He became a Member of Parliament for County Leitrim 1805–1818, and County Cavan 1840–1843. He also held the rank of Colonel in the Leitrim militia from 1807 to death.
- Elizabeth Catharine Henrietta, born 14 January 1813 in Dublin, died 21 January 1827.
- Selina, born 23 January 1814 at Killymoon, County Tyrone, died 31 July 1892 at Sidmouth Vicarage, Devon, England – memorial in parish church]; she married on 31 October 1855 to the Rev. Henry George John Clements, Vicar of Sidmouth (born 3 November 1829, died 1913, buried in Sidmouth), son of Lieut-Colonel John Marcus Clements of Glenboy, County Leitrim.
- Louisa, born 20 January 1816 at Ashfield Lodge, died 17 March 1879 at Exeter, Devon, England.
- Mary Isabella, born 12 December 1817 at Ashfield Lodge, died 6 August 1890 at Sidmouth, Devon, England.
- Henry Theophilus, born 24 July 1820, died unknown; he married on 1 December 1868 to Gertrude Caroline Lucy Markham (born 28 September 1842 – died unknown), daughter of the Rev. David Frederick Markham, Canon of Windsor and Rector of Great Horkesley, Essex, England.
- Catharine, born 3 February 1822 at Ashford Lodge, died 18 September 1830 at Bagnères-de-Bigorre, Hautes-Pyrénées, France.
- "CLEMENTS, Henry John (1781–1843), of Ashfield Lodge, co. Cavan". History of Parliament Online. Retrieved 19 August 2012.
- Clements of Ashford Lodge, County Cavan (Visitation of Ireland).
- Leigh Rayment's Historical List of MPs
|Parliament of the United Kingdom|
Nathaniel Clements and
Peter La Touche
| Member of Parliament for County Leitrim
With: Peter La Touche 1802–1806
William Gore 1806–1807
John Latouche 1807–1820
John Latouche and
Somerset Richard Maxwell
| Member of Parliament for County Cavan
With: John Young 1831–1855
James Pierce Maxwell
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