Lieutenant-Colonel David Archibald Price-White, TD (5 September 1906 – 6 March 1978) was a Welsh solicitor and Conservative Party politician. He served as the Member of Parliament (MP) for Caernarvon Boroughs from 1945 to 1950.
His father, Price Foulkes White (1873–1952) was a Welsh international footballer. David Price-White was educated in Bangor, first at Friars School and then at the University College of North Wales, before qualifying as a solicitor in 1932. During World War II he served with the British Army in France, the Middle East, Italy and East Africa.
Price-White was elected at the general election in July 1945 as the MP for Caernarvon Boroughs. His victory by a narrow margin of 336 votes ousted the Liberal MP Seaborne Davies, who had won the seat at a by-election in April that year, after long-serving David Lloyd George had been elevated to the peerage.
When constituency boundaries were revised for the 1950 general election, Price-White stood in the new Conway county constituency, where he was defeated by the Labour Party candidate William Elwyn Jones.
In 1934, Price-White married Gwyneth Harris, daughter of James Lewis Harris of Caernarvon.
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July 1945 – 1950