Clemens

Clemens is a Late Latin masculine name meaning "merciful". Clemens (or sometimes 'Klemens') may refer to:

People - family name

  • Andrew Clemens (b.1852 or 1857–1894), American folk artist
  • Barry Clemens (born 1943), American basketball player
  • Brian Clemens (born 1931), British screenwriter and television producer
  • Clayton Clemens, American Professor of Government
  • Dan Clemens (born 1945), American politician
  • George T. Clemens (1902–1992), American cinematographer
  • Harold W. Clemens (1918–1998), American politician
  • Isaac Clemens (1815–1880), Canadian farmer and politician
  • Jacob Clemens non Papa (c. 1510 to 1515–1555 or 1556), Franco-Flemish composer of the Renaissance
  • James Clemens, pen name of author Jim Czajkowski
  • James Clemens, Jr. (1791–1878), a US Senator
  • Jean Clemens (1880–1909), youngest daughter of Samuel Langhorne Clemens (Mark Twain)
  • Jeremiah Clemens (1814–1865), U.S. senator and novelist
  • Josef Clemens (born 1947), German bishop
  • Joseph Clemens (1862–1936), American missionary and plant collector
  • Joseph Clemens of Bavaria (1671–1723), German archbishop
  • Kellen Clemens (born 1983), American football player
  • Koby Clemens (born 1986), American baseball player
  • Marcus Arrecinus Clemens (disambiguation), multiple people
  • Martin Clemens, British World War II soldier and Solomon Islands coastwatcher
  • Mary Strong Clemens (1873–1968), American botanist and plant collector
  • Olivia Langdon Clemens (1845–1904), wife of Samuel Langhorne Clemens (Mark Twain)
  • Orion Clemens (1825–1987), brother of Samuel Langhorne Clemens (Mark Twain)
  • Roger Clemens (born 1962), American baseball player
  • Samuel Langhorne Clemens, better known as Mark Twain (1835–1910), author
  • Sherrard Clemens (1820–1881), American politician and lawyer
  • Titus Flavius Clemens (consul), great-nephew of the Roman Emperor Vespasian and (as Flavius Clemens) a saint in the Greek Orthodox Church (Clement of Alexandria)
  • William Clemens (film director) (1905–1980), American film director

People - given name

  • Clemens (entertainer), (born 1979), real name Clemens Legolas Telling, Danish rapper, singer, music writer, actor
  • Clemens (impostor) (d. c. 15 AD), ancient Roman
  • Clemens Arnold (born 1978), German field hockey player
  • Clemens Baeumker (1853–1924), German historian of philosophy
  • Clemens Bollen (born 1948), German politician
  • Clemens Brentano (1778–1842), German poet and novelist
  • Clemens Denhardt (1852–1929), German explorer of Africa
  • Clemens Fritz (born 1980), German footballer
  • Arno Clemens Gaebelein (1861–1945), Methodist minister
  • Clemens Maria Hofbauer (1751–1820), patron saint of Vienna
  • Clemens Holzmeister (1886–1983), Austrian architect
  • Clemens Kalischer (born 1921), German-American photographer
  • Clemens Klotz (1886–1969), German architect
  • Clemens Krauss (1893–1954), Austrian conductor
  • Clemens August Graf von Galen (1878–1946), German count, Bishop of Münster, and Cardinal of the Roman Catholic Church
  • Clemens von Pirquet (1874–1929), Austrian scientist and pediatrician
  • Prince Clemens Wenceslaus of Saxony (1739–1812), German Archbishop
  • Clemens Westerhof (born 1940), Dutch football manager
  • Clemens Wilmenrod (1906–1967), German television cook
  • Clemens Winkler (1838–1904), German chemist

Places

  • Mount Clemens, Michigan, American city
    • Mount Clemens High School
  • Munsinger Gardens and Clemens Gardens, gardens in St Cloud, Minnesota, USA

Other

  • Clemens Automobile Company Building, listed on the National Register of Historic Places in Polk County, Iowa
  • See Cambridge Latin Course for Clemens, a fictional slave
  • Clemens church, Swedish church building
  • Clemens Family Corporation, American holding company
  • Dr. Jonathon Clemens, a character in the 1992 film Alien 3 played by the British Actor Charles Dance

Other articles related to "clemens":

Marilyn Cotlow - Early Life and Education
... Marilyn Cotlow began vocal studies with Hans Clemens, a tenor who had been let go by the Metropolitan Opera in 1937 because he was a German citizen at a time of anti-German ... Clemens moved to Los Angeles and became good friends with Lauritz Melchior, who lived in Beverly Hills ... Clemens organized a vocal competition to discover new talent and to procure students for his fledgling studio ...
Susy Clemens - Death
... Clemens chose not to accompany the family to Europe on Twain's lecture tour of 1895-1896, citing seasickness and a desire to recover her health and become an opera singer ... Clemens was buried in Elmira ...
Susy Clemens
... Olivia Susan Clemens, usually known as Susy Clemens (March 19, 1872 – August 18, 1896), was the second child and oldest daughter of Samuel Clemens, who wrote under the pen name Mark ... Biography of Mark Twain, a volume which also included a biography of Susy Clemens and her correspondence with her father ...
Austrian National Road Race Championships - Men - U23
... Pfannberger Stefan Rucker Andreas Matzbacher 2002 Bernhard Kohl Bernhard Eisel Clemens Grosslercher 2003 Andreas Matzbacher Bernhard Kohl Josef Benetseder 2004 Michael Pichler Markus Eibegger Josef Benetseder ...
Mike Capel - Personal Life
... In 1989, Capel was married to Elizabeth (née Graeter) Capel, who he met at Roger Clemens' wedding ... Outside of baseball, he is a close friend of Clemens, and during Clemens' 2012 perjury trial, Capel testified on his work ethic and character ...