Alphonse is a French/Italian/English masculine given name. It may refer to :

  • Alphonse Allais (1854–1905), a French writer and humorist
  • Alphonse Alley (1930–1987), a Beninese army officer and political figure
  • Alphonse Antoine (1915–1999), a French professional road bicycle racer
  • Alphonse Attardi (1892–1970), a New York mobster
  • Alphonse Balat (1819–1895), a Belgian architect
  • Alphonse Barancira, a former minister for Human Rights, Constitutional Reform and Relations with the National Assembly of Burundi
  • Alphonse Beni, a Cameroonian actor and movie director
  • Alphonse Bernier (1861–1944), a Canadian lawyer, judge and provincial politician
  • Alphonse Berns (born 1952), a Luxembourgian diplomat and current Ambassador to Belgium and Permanent Representative to NATO
  • Alphonse Bertillon (1853–1914), a French police officer and biometrics researcher who created anthropometry
  • Alphonse Bertrand (1846–1926), a merchant and political figure in New Brunswick
  • Alphonse "Bois Sec" Ardoin (1915–2007), an American accordionist
  • Alphonse Borrelly (1842–1926), a French astronomer
  • Alphonse Boudard (1925–2000), a French novelist and playwright
  • Alphonse Briart (1825–1898), a Belgian coal mines supervisor and geologist
  • Alphonse Burnand (1896–1981), an American sailor
  • Alphonse Capone (1899–1947), an Italian-American gangster who led a Prohibition-era crime syndicate
  • Alphonse Castex (1899–1969), a French rugby union player
  • Alphonse Chapanis (1917–2002), an American pioneer in the field of industrial design
  • Alphonse Colas (1818–1887), a French painter
  • Alphonse Constant (1810–1875), a French occult author and purported magician
  • Alphonse D'Arco (born 1932), a New York mobster
  • Alphonse Daudet (1840–1897), a French novelist
  • Alphonse de Cailleux (1788–1876), a French painter, connoisseur, arts administrator and director of the Musée du Louvre
  • Alphonse de Châteaubriant (1877–1951), a French writer
  • Alphonse Decorte (1909–1977), a Belgian football player
  • Alphonse de Lamartine (1790–1869), a French writer, poet and politician
  • Alphonse de Polignac (1817–1890), a French mathematician
  • Alphonse Desjardins (disambiguation), multiple people
  • Alphonse de Tonty (ca. 1659–1727), an Italian officer who served under the French explorer Cadillac
  • Alphonse Dochez (1882–1964), an American physician and disease researcher
  • Alphonse Dotson (born 1943), a former American football player
  • Alphonse Ducatillon, a Belgian tug of war competitor
  • Alphonse Duvernoy (1842-Paris), a French pianist and composer
  • Alphonse Fournier (1893–1961), a Canadian politician
  • Alphonse Gallegos (1931–1991), an American Roman Catholic bishop
  • Alphonse Gangitano (1957–1998), an Italian Australian organised crime identity from Templestowe, a suburb of Melbourne
  • Alphonse Gemuseus (1898-?), a Swiss horse rider
  • Alphonse Girandy (1868–1941), a United States Navy sailor
  • Alphonse Giroux (1775–1848), a French painter
  • Alphonse Goetz (1865–1934), a French chess master
  • Alphonse Grisel, a French athlete and gymnast
  • Alphonse Guérin (1816–1895), a French surgeon
  • Alphonse Halimi ("La Petite Terreur"; 1932–2006), a French world champion bantamweight boxer
  • Alphonse Hasselmans (1845–1912), a Belgian-born French harpist, composer and pedagogue
  • Alphonse Henri, comte d'Hautpoul (1789–1865), a Prime Minister of France from 31 October 1849 to 10 April 1851 during the French Second Republic
  • Alphonse Hörning, a Swiss bobsledder
  • Alphonse Hustache (1872–1949), a French entomologist
  • Alphonse Indelicato (1931–1981), a powerful caporegime in New York City's Bonanno crime family
  • Alphonse J. Jackson (born 1927), a retired educator and former member of the Louisiana House of Representatives
  • Alphonse Jetté (1887-?), a Canadian professional ice hockey player
  • Alphonse Juin (1888–1967), a Marshal of France
  • Alphonse Kann (1870–1948), a prominent French art collector of Jewish heritage
  • Alphonse Kirchhoffer (1873–1913), a French fencer
  • Alphonse Kotiga (contemporary), a Chadian military officer and politician
  • Alphonse Lacroix (1897–1973), an American ice hockey goaltender
  • Alphonse Lami (1822–1867), a French sculptor
  • Alphonse Lavallée (1791–1873), the founder of the École Centrale Paris
  • Alphonse Laverrière (1872–1954), a Swiss architect
  • Alphonse Le Gastelois (1914–2012), a Jerseyman exiled from persecution on the Ecréhous
  • Alphonse Legros (1837–1911), a French painter, etcher and sculptor
  • Alphonse Lemerre (1838–1912), a French editor and publisher
  • Alphonse Leweck (born 1981), a Luxembourgian football player
  • Alphonse Loubat (1799–1866), a French inventor who developed improvements in tram and rail equipment
  • Alphonse Magnien (1837–1902), the superior at St. Mary's Seminary and University in Baltimore, Maryland from 1878 to 1902
  • Alphonse Malangone (born 1936), a New York City mobster and caporegime in the Genovese crime family
  • Alphonse Martin (1884–1947), a Canadian organist, pianist and music educator
  • Alphonse Massamba-Débat (1921–1977), a political figure of the Republic of the Congo who led the country from 1963 until 1968
  • Alphonse Milne-Edwards (1835–1900), a French mammalologist, ornithologist and carcinologist
  • Alphonse Mingana (1878–1937), an Assyrian theologian, historian, orientalist and former priest
  • Alphonse Mouzon (born 1948), an American jazz-fusion drummer and percussionist
  • Alphonse Mucha (1860–1939), a Czech Art Nouveau painter and decorative artist
  • Alphonse Munchen (1850–1917)), a Luxembourgian engineer and politician
  • Alphonse Osbert (1857–1939), a French Symbolist painter
  • Alphonse Ouimet (1908–1988), a Canadian television pioneer and president of the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation from 1958 to 1967
  • Alphonse Pénaud (1850–1880), a French pioneer of aviation
  • Alphonse Persico, a former acting boss of the Colombo crime family from the 1980s and 1990s
  • Alphonse Picou (1878–1961), an American early jazz clarinetist
  • Alphonse Pinart (1852–1911), a French explorer, philologist and ethnographer
  • Alphonse Poaty-Souchlaty (born 1941), a politician of the Republic of the Congo
  • Alphonse Poitevin (1819–1882), a French chemist, photographer and civil engineer
  • Alphonse Rabbe (1784–1829), a French writer, historian, critic and journalist
  • Alphonse Raymond (1884–1958), a Quebec businessman, financier and public official
  • Alphonse Renier, a Belgian football player
  • Alphonse Roy (1897–1967), an American Representative from New Hampshire
  • Alphonse Royer (1803–1875), a French author, dramatist and theatre manager
  • Alphonse Rückstuhl (1901-?), a Swiss Olympic fencer
  • Alphonse Sagebien (1807–1892), a French hydrological engineer
  • Alphonse Schepers (1907–1984), a Belgian racing cyclist
  • Alphonse Six (1890–1914), a Belgian football player
  • Alphonse Tchami (born 1971), a retired Cameroonian football player
  • Alphonse Toussenel (1803–1885), a French writer and journalist
  • Alphonse Trent (1905–1959), an American jazz pianist and territory band leader
  • Alphonse Van Mele (1891–1972), a Belgian gymnast
  • Alphonse Varney (1811–1879), a French conductor
  • Alphonse Verville (1864–1921), a Canadian politician and trade unionist
  • Alphonse Yombi (born 1969), a former Cameroonian football player

and also :

  • Alphonse Alfred Clément Larivière (1842–1925), a Canadian politician and journalist
  • Alphonse-Arthur Miville Déchêne (1848–1902), a lumber merchant and political figure in Quebec
  • Alphonse Francois Renard (1842–1903), a Belgian geologist and petrographer
  • Alphonse James, a disambiguation page
  • Alphonse John Smith (1883–1935), an American bishop in the Catholic Church
  • Alphonse Joseph, a disambiguation page
  • Alphonse-Louis du Plessis de Richelieu (1582–1653), a French Carthusian, bishop and Cardina
  • Alphonse-Marie-Adolphe de Neuville (1835–1885), a French Academic painter
  • Alphonse-Marie Kadege, a vice-President of Burundi from 30 April 2003 to 11 November 2004
  • Alphonse Pyramus de Candolle (1806–1893), a French-Swiss botanist
  • Adolph Francis Alphonse Bandelier (1840–1914), an American archaeologist
  • Auguste Joseph Alphonse Gratry (1805–1872), a French author and theologian
  • Alphonse-Télesphore Lépine (1855–1943), a journalist, printer and political figure in Quebec
  • Camille Alphonse, a disambiguation page
  • Charles Alphonse Pantaléon Pelletier (1837–1911), a Canadian lawyer, militia officer, politician, publisher, judge and the ninth Lieutenant Governor of Quebec
  • Charles Louis Alphonse Laveran (1845–1922), a French physician
  • Christophe-Alphonse Geoffrion (1843–1899), a Canadian lawyer, professor and politician
  • Claude Alphonse Nsilou (born 1954), a Congolese politician
  • Cuthbert-Alphonse Chênevert (1859–1920), a lawyer and political figure in Quebec
  • Donatien Alphonse François, Marquis de Sade (1740–1814), a French aristocrat, revolutionary, politician and writer famous for his libertine sexuality and lifestyle
  • Édouard Alphonse James de Rothschild (1868–1949), a French financier
  • Ferdinand-Alphonse Hamelin (1796–1864), a French admiral
  • François-Alphonse Forel (1841–1912), a Swiss scientist, founder of limnology
  • Guillaume-Alphonse Nantel (1852–1909), a Canadian lawyer, journalist, author, newspaper owner and politician
  • Henri-François-Alphonse Esquiros (1812–1876), a French writer
  • Jean-Baptiste-Alphonse, a disambiguation page
  • Joseph-Alphonse-Anaclet Habel (1895–1979), a Canadian politician
  • Joseph-Alphonse Esménard (1770–1811), a French poet
  • Louis-Alphonse, a disambiguation page
  • Marie-Alphonse Ratisbonne (1814–1884), a French Jesuit Catholic priest and missionary
  • Pierre Alphonse Laurent (1813–1854), a French mathematician
  • Pierre-Marie-Alphonse Favier (1837–1905), a controversial Roman Catholic Lazarite Vicar Apostolic of Northern Chi-Li, China
  • Victor-Alphonse Huard (1853–1929), a French-Canadian churchman, naturalist, writer and editor
  • William Ferdinand Alphonse Turgeon (1877–1969), a Canadian politician, judge and diplomat

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