- David Livingstone (disambiguation)
David Livingstone (1813–1873) was a Scottish explorer of Africa and Congregationalist pioneer medical missionary.
David Livingstone may also refer to:
- David Livingstone (cricketer) (born 1927), Scottish cricketer
- David N. Livingstone (born 1953), British historian
- David Livingston, director
- David Livingstone Centre
- David Livingstone Elementary School
- David Livingstone Primary
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