| Excuse this son of the Welsh, but Patrick was a Welshman, be not so loose
| with your attributions, please.
Patrick seems to have been from what is now Dumbarton in Strathclyde,
Scotland, at a time when this was an independent Brythonic-speaking
kingdom. Later many of these people fled to Wales. And Welsh is the
surviving tongue of the parent family which was spoken here. So in that
broad sense, one might say that Patrick was Welsh.