Personalities connected with Neveklov include the abbot of Strahov Monastery Metod Jan Zavoral, Czech- Lusatian writer Jan Handrik Ćěsla, woman writer Eliška Horelová, piano virtuoso Jan Heřman, violin virtuoso Jan Kubelík and his son Rafael Kubelík, music composer Josef Suk, school principal Václav Starý, pioneer of the Vltava reservoirs prof. Bedřich Votýpka, Masaryk University professor Gustav Švamberk, from politicians of the First Chechoslovak Republic mainly Benešov mayor and builder František Mařík, lawyer Alois Štůla, deputy mayor of the capital city of Prague František Štůla, Czech Minister of Finance Bohdan Bečka and a host of other personalities of social and cultural life.
With reverence we remember doctor Ladislav Nebeský, a Neveklov native, executed on 22/09/1942 in Berlin for antifascist resistence. Memorials on the square and in almost every bigger village commemorate the victims of both world wars.
Honorary citizenship was granted to the following personalities:
- 11th May 1940 – Jan Kubelík on the occasion of his last concert in Neveklov (died on the 5th December)
- 26th September 1987 - Alfréd Holeček piano virtuoso
- September 1988 - Eliška Horelová
- 27th May 1990 – Rafael Kubelík
- 4th September 2010 – Milan Uhde