When Hon Patrick Bowes-Lyon 15th Earl of Strathmore and Kingshorne was born on 22 September 1884, in St Paul's Walden, Hertfordshire, England, his father, Claude George Bowes-Lyon 14th Earl of Strathmore and Kinghorne, was 29 and his mother, Nina Cecilia Cavendish Bentinck, was 22. He married Dorothy Beatrix Godolphin Osborne on 21 November 1908, in London, England. They were the parents of at least 2 sons and 3 daughters. He lived in St Paul's Walden, Hertfordshire, England, United Kingdom in 1891. He registered for military service in 1914. He died on 25 May 1949, in Glamis Castle, Angus, Scotland, United Kingdom, at the age of 64, and was buried in Kensal Green St John, Middlesex, England, United Kingdom.
Name of the apostle and patron saint of Ireland ( c.389–461 ), Gaelic Pádraig. He was a Christian Briton and a Roman citizen, who as a young man was captured and enslaved by raiders from Ireland. He escaped and went to Gaul before returning home to Britain. In about 419 he felt a call to do missionary work in Ireland. He studied for twelve years at Auxerre, and in 432 returned to Ireland. For the rest of his life it is difficult to distinguish fact from fiction. He apparently went to the court of the high kings at Tara and made some converts there; then he travelled around Ireland making further converts until about 445 , when he established his archiepiscopal see at Armagh. By the time of his death almost the whole of Ireland is said to have been converted to Christianity. He is also credited with codifying the laws of Ireland. In his Latin autobiography, as well as in later tradition, his name appears as Patricius ‘patrician’ (i.e. belonging to the Roman senatorial or noble class), but this may actually represent a Latinized form of some lost Celtic (British) name. In Ireland in particular, it has been one of the most enduringly popular boys' names.