Bennewitz (disambiguation) - Family Name

Family Name

  • Peter Bennewitz (1495–1552), birth name of Petrus Apianus, German humanist
  • Philipp Bennewitz (1531–1589), birth name of Philipp Apian, German mathematician, doctor, cartographer
  • Antonín Bennewitz (1833–1926), Czech violinist, conductor and music teacher
  • Rick Bennewitz (1936–1999), an American television soap opera director
  • Paul Bennewitz (? - 2005), an American businessman

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