From Strong's Greek and Hebrtew Dictionaries:
Meanwhile, who the hell is this "Cleophas" (or ClopasWiki)? The Catholic Encyclopedia suggests that he may be the same person as Alphaeus, the father of James the apostle. But Luke tells us that a "Cleopas" was one of the disciples who saw Jesus on the Road to Emmaus (24:18).
, Kleopas, kleh-op'-as, Probably contracted from ??????????? Kleopatros (compounded from G2811
); Cleopas, a Christian: - Cleopas.
kleos, kleh'-os, From a shorter form of G2564; renown (as if being called): - glory.
pate?r, pat-ayr', Apparently a primary word; a “father” (literally or figuratively, near or more remote): - father, parent.)
, Klo?pas, klo-pas', Of Chaldee origin (corresponding to G256); Clopas
, an Israelite: - Clopas.
Alphaios, al-fah'-yos, Of Hebrew origin (compare [H2501]); Alpheus, an Israelite: - Alpheus.
H2501, cheleph, kheh'-lef, The same as H2500; change; Cheleph, a place in Palestine: - Heleph.Cleopas
must all be different characters.