Stephens - Bio, News, Photos - Washington Times
Skip to content

Topic - Stephens

Stephens is a surname. Notable people with the surname include:*Alexander Stephens (1812–1883), Vice President of the Confederate States of America*Alison Stephens (1970–2010), British mandolinist*Ann S. Stephens (1813–1886), U.S. dime novelist*Frederic George Stephens (1828–1907), British art critic and member of the Pre-Raphaelite Brotherhood*George Stephens, several people*Helen Stephens (1918–1994), U.S. athlete*Henry Stephens, several people*H. F. Stephens (1868–1931), British civil engineer in railroads*Hubert D. Stephens (1875–1946), U.S. politician*James Stephens, several people*James Francis Stephens (1792–1852), English zoologist*John Lloyd Stephens (1805–1852), U.S. explorer and diplomat*Kenny Stephens (born 1946), English footballer*Philip Stephens (contemporary), an associate editor of the Financial Times*Sir Philip Stephens, 1st Baronet (1723–1809), British First Secretary of the Admiralty during the American Revolution*Rayner Stephens (1805–1879), Scottish Methodist minister*Richard Stephens (born 1947), Canadian figure skater*Robert Stephens (1931–1995), British actor*Rockwell Stephens (1900–1982), U.S. author and recreational skiing pioneer*Simon Stephens (born 1971), British playwright*Stan Stephens (born 1929), U.S. politician*Steve Stephens, U.S. television host and musician*Thomas Stephens (historian) (1821–1875), Welsh historian and critic*Toby Stephens (born 1969), British actor*Uriah Smith Stephens (1821–1882), U.S. labor leader*Ursula Stephens (born 1954), Australian Senator*Vern Stephens (1920–1968), U.S. baseball player*William Stephens (1859–1944), U.S. politician**William Stephens (disambiguation), several people*Willis Stephens (born 1955), U.S. politician*Woody Stephens (1913–1998), U.S. Thoroughbred horse racing trainer - Source: Wikipedia

Related Stories