- Margery . ?1373–?1440, English mystic. Her autobiography, The Book of Margery Kempe, describes her mystical experiences and pilgrimages in Europe and Palestine
- (German ˈkɛmpə) Rudolf (ˈruːdɔlf). 1910–76, German orchestral conductor, noted esp for his interpretations of Wagner
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In this there is a dialogue between Shakespeare's fellow-actors, Burbage and Kempe.Browning's England
Helen Archibald Clarke
For a summary of developments and references, see Kempe, op.Kinematics of Mechanisms from the Time of Watt
Eugene S. Ferguson
The first-named Kempe was probably a schoolmaster at Plymouth.
I know not whether he, or Kempe, was the true successor to that unrivalled buffoon.
There was Kempe, the low comedian, who succeeded Tarlton in that line.