Davies, Theophilus an English Congregational minister, was born at Hanover Chapel Parsonage, near Abergavenny, October 19, 1798. His father, the Reverend Emmanuel Davies, being the pastor of the Church at Hanover, he was early led to Christ, and commenced preach thg in his seventeenth year. He entered the Western Academy in 1816, and settled at Hazlegrove, near Stockport, in 1821; afterwards at Stourbridge, Worcestershire, where he was ordained, September 5, 1826; in 1835 removed to Ludlow, in 1852 to Newton-le Willows, Lancashire, and from there to Hungerford, Berkshire, in 1857; resigned in 1865, and preached occasionally until his death at Hereford, November 7, 1879. See (Lond.) Cong. Year-book, 1880, page 321.