St. Davids

St. Davids, an interesting old cathedral town in Pembrokeshire, on the streamlet Alan, and not 2 m. from St. Brides Bay; its cathedral, rebuilt after 1180 in the Transition Norman style, was at one time a famous resort of pilgrims. On the other side of the Alan stand the ruins of Bishop Gower's palace.

Population (circa 1900) given as 2,000.

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

Saint-Cyr, Laurent Gouvion, Marquis de * St. Denis
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Saint Arnaud, Jacques Leroy de
St. Asaph
St. Bees
St. Bernard
St. Brieuc
St. Christopher
St. Clair
St. Cloud
St. Cyr
Saint-Cyr, Laurent Gouvion, Marquis de
St. Davids
St. Denis
St. Elias, Mount
St. Elmo's Fire
St. Étienne
Saint-Évremond, Charles Marguetel de Saint-Denis, Seigneur de
St. Gall
St. Gothard
St. Helena
St. Helens
St. Helier


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