Saint Scothin was a native of Ireland, who came over to Britain and was the disciple of Saint David in Wales. He afterwards returned to his own country, and lived as a solitary at Mount Mairge in Queen’s County, where full of merits he gave up his soul to God.
- Father Richard Stanton. “Saint Scothin, Confessor, c.550”. , 1887. CatholicSaints.Info. 14 April 2015. Web. 9 December 2016. <>