David a Carmelite of the 15th century, was born in Cherbuury, Shropshire. Leland says he was Theologia copritione clarus. Going over to Ireland he was made bishop of Dromore (1427-29). He wrote some books, but they are not mentioned by Bale (De Scriptoraibus Brit.) nor by sir James Ware (De Scriptoribus Hibernicis), so they were few or obscure. Returning to England, he died, and was buried in the Carmelite momastery at Ludlow in 1420. See Fuller, Worthies of England (ed. Nuttall), 3:64.