Henoch Clapham was pastor of an English church in Amsterdam where he published devotional and theological writings (1595-98). Afterwards he was pastor of a London church (1603) and in prison (1603-05). He is possibly the "H. Clapham" who entered Trinity College Cambridge as a sizar in 1560.
A briefe of the Bible drawn into English poesy and illustrated by apt annotations. 1596.
Bibliotheca theologia: or a librarye theological. 1597.
Aelohim-triune displayed by his workes physical and metaphysical in a poem of diverse forme: the first part. 1601.
The Catholic pardon, revised and enlarged by H. Clapham. 1602.
A tract of prayer. 1602.
An epistle discoursing upon the present pestilence. 1603.
Three partes of Solomon his Song of Songs, expounded. 1603.
H. Clapham, his demaundes and answeres touching the pestilence. 1604.
Error on the right hand, through a preposterous zeale. 1608.
A chronological discourse. 1609.