David Monypenny, Lord Pitmilly
The Hon. David Monypenny, Lord Pitmilly (1769–1850) was a Scottish lawyer who rose to be a Senator of the College of Justice.
In February 1813 he took the place of the recently deceased Alexander Fraser Tytler, Lord Woodhouselee as a Senator of the College of Justice.
He retired in 1830 and began writing, especially on the then new Poor Laws.
He died in 1850.
They had no children. His estates were inherited by his nephew, William Tankerville Monypenny.
His brothers included Alexander Monypenny, an Edinburgh lawyer, and William Monypenny, collector of customs in Kirkcaldy.
- Remarks on the Poor Laws (1834)
- Proposed Alterations to the Scottish Poor Laws (1840)