St. William of Rochester, also known as St. William of Perth, was born in Scotland. He was a baker, and set aside every tenth loaf of bread for the poor. He adopted a boy named David after finding him abandoned at the church. On a pilgrimage in 1201, David the Foundling murdered his adopted father in a robbery. The monks of Rochester retrieved William's body and buried it at their cathedral. St. William is considered a martyr.