Stevens (surname)

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Stevens as an Anglo-Saxon surname may refer to:

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  • Ben Stevens (born 1959), U.S. politician, Alaska State Senator, son of Ted Stevens
  • Durham Stevens (1851–1908), an American diplomat and later an employee of Japan's Ministry of Foreign Affairs
  • Frederick P. Stevens (1810–1866), mayor of Buffalo, New York
  • Hestor L. Stevens (1803–1864), U.S. Representative from Michigan
  • Isaac Stevens (1818–1862), first governor of Washington Territory, brigadier general in the Union Army
  • J. Christopher Stevens (1960–2012), an American diplomat and lawyer who was killed during an attack on the Benghazi consulate in Libya on September 12, 2012
  • John Stevens (New Jersey) (c. 1716–1792), U.S. politician, delegate to the Continental Congress
  • John L. Stevens (1820–1895), U.S. diplomat
  • John Paul Stevens (born 1920), U.S. Supreme Court justice
  • Richard Y. Stevens, U.S. politician (North Carolina)
  • Robert T. Stevens (1899–1983), U.S. businessman and politician
  • Ted Stevens (1923–2010), U.S. politician, U.S. Senator from Alaska
  • Thaddeus Stevens (1792–1868) US Congressman from Pennsylvania, a leader of the Radical Republicans and a fierce opponent of slavery

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