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 ... 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
... 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 ... a volume which also included a biography of Susy Clemens and her correspondence with her father ...
Mike Capel - Personal Life
... Outside of baseball, he is a close friend of Clemens, and during Clemens' 2012 perjury trial, Capel testified on his work ethic and character ...
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 ... In August 1896, while visiting her former home in Hartford, Clemens developed a fever that turned into spinal meningitis ... Clemens was buried in Elmira ...
Austrian National Road Race Championships - Men - U23
... Rucker Andreas Matzbacher 2002 Bernhard Kohl Bernhard Eisel Clemens Grosslercher 2003 Andreas Matzbacher Bernhard Kohl Josef Benetseder 2004 Michael Pichler Markus ...