'Clement' can also refer to...

(Allen) Clement Edwards (1869—1938) trade unionist, barrister, and journalist

Archie C. A. Clements

Barthe DeClements (b. 1920)

Caesar Clement (1561—1626) Roman Catholic priest

Catherine Clément (b. 1939)

Charles-François Clément (c. 1720—1782)

Charlie Clements

Clement (1378—1394)

Clement (c. 1183—1258) Dominican friar and bishop of Dunblane

Clement (c. 1360—1446)

Clement (fl. c. 734—757) alleged heretic

Clement Adams (c. 1519—1587) schoolmaster and map engraver

Clement Armstrong (1477—1536)

(Clement) Arthur Milton (1928—2007) cricketer and footballer

Clement Attlee (1883—1967) prime minister

Clement Barksdale (c. 1609—1687) Church of England clergyman and author

Clement Biddle (1740—1814)

Clement Bushay

Clement C. Moore (1779—1863)

Clement Carlyon (1777—1864) physician

Clement Charles Julian Webb (1865—1954) theologian and philosopher of religion

Clement Corbet (c. 1576—1652) civil lawyer

Clement Crisp (b. 1931)

Clement Cruttwell (1743—1808) compiler of religious works and gazetteers

Clement Edward Davies (1884—1962) lawyer and politician

Clement Ellis (1633—1700) Church of England clergyman

Clement Greenberg (1909—1994)

Clement Heaton (1824—1882) joint founder of a firm of stained-glass makers and architectural decorators

Clement Hoare (1789—1849) vine grower


Quick Reference

Male forename, name of two saints.

St Clement of Alexandria (c. 150–c. 215), Greek theologian. He was head of the catechetical school at Alexandria (c. 190–202), but was forced to flee from Roman imperial persecution. His main contribution to theological scholarship was to relate the ideas of Greek philosophy to the Christian faith. His feast day is 5 December.

St Clement of Rome (1st century ad), pope (bishop of Rome) c. 88–c. 97, probably the third after St Peter; he wrote an epistle c.96 to the Church at Corinth, insisting that certain deposed presbyters be reinstated.In later tradition he became the subject of a variety of legends; one held that he was martyred by being thrown into the sea with an anchor round his neck. His feast day is 23 November.

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