Sir John Clinton, 7th Lord Clinton, KB (c. 1470 – 4 June 1514) was an English peer. He was also known as John Fiennes.
John Clinton succeeded to the title of 7th Lord Clinton on 29 February 1487/88.
Sir John died on 4 June 1514.
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