David – Patron Saint of Wales. Scotland. Ireland. England. Wales. St David’s Day - 1 March. David died on the first of March 589. This became an official feast day in 1398. Holyhead. Bangor. Wales. Aberystwyth. St Davids. Carmarthen. Milford Haven. Swansea. Cardiff.
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David died on the first of March 589. This became an official feast day in 1398.
Holyhead Bangor Wales Aberystwyth St Davids Carmarthen Milford Haven Swansea Cardiff
St David – Died 1 March 589 Rhigyfarch writes biography in Latin –1095 Earliest Latin manuscripts still in existence – c. 1150 Earliest Welsh translation – 1346 Wade-Evans English Translation – 1923 J W James English Translation – 1967
“Not to you has God assigned this place, but to a son who is not yet born, and will not be born until thirty years have passed.” “The Lord has appointed you the chief one in the island of Ireland.”