David, St.

David, St., or Dewi, the patron saint of Wales, lived about the 5th century; archbishop of Caerleon; transferred his see to St. David's; founded churches, opposed Pelagianism, and influenced many by the odour of his good name.

Definition taken from The Nuttall Encyclopædia, edited by the Reverend James Wood (1907)

David II. * Davids, Rhys
Dauphiné
Daurat, Jean
Davenant, Sir William
David, Félicien
David, Gerhard
David, King of Israel
David, Louis
David d'Angers
David I.
David II.
David, St.
Davids, Rhys
Davidson, Andrew Bruce
Davidson, John
Davidson, Samuel
Davies, Ben
Davies, Sir John
Davila
Davis, Jefferson
Davis, John
Davis, Thomas