David Griffiths

David Griffiths may refer to:

  • David Griffiths (Archdeacon of Berkshire) (1927–2012), Anglican priest
  • David Griffiths (composer) (born 1950), New Zealand composer, baritone and convener
  • David Griffiths (missionary) (1792–1863), British Christian missionary and translator in Madagascar
  • David Griffiths (politician) (1896–1977), member of Parliament for Rother Valley
  • David Griffiths (cricketer) (born 1985), English cricketer
  • David Griffiths (co-operative economist), Australian economist
  • David Griffiths (physicist) (born 1942), American physicist
  • David Griffiths (portrait painter) (born 1939), Welsh artist
  • David Griffiths (rugby league), English rugby player and coach
  • David Griffiths (golfer) (born 1980), English professional golfer
  • David Rees Griffiths (1882–1953), Welsh poet
  • David Griffiths (American politician) (1907–1907), mayor of the city of Springfield, Illinois

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