Edward Davies

Edward Davies or Davis may refer to:

  • Edward Davies (Celtic) (1756–1831), Welsh writer and poet involved with the re-introduction of the drudic tradition
  • Edward Davies (Pennsylvania) (1779–1853), United States Representative
  • Edward Davies (footballer), Welsh-born footballer who played for Halifax Town in the 1930s
  • Edward Tegla Davies (1880–1967), Welsh writer
  • E. Brian Davies, mathematician
  • Edward Davis (buccaneer) (c.1680–1688), English buccaneer
  • Edward B. Davis (born 1933), American judge
  • Edward M. Davis (1916–2006), California State Senator and LAPD police chief
  • Edward Davies (RAF officer) (1899–1974), RAF Commander
  • Edward Davis (bushranger) (1816–1841), Australian convict turned bushranger
  • Edward H. Davis (1862–1951), field collector for the Museum of the American Indian in New York
  • Edward Harold Davies (1867–1947), professor of music at Adelaide University
  • Edward S. Davis (1808–1887), Massachusetts politician
  • Edward Wilson Davis (died 1973), American engineer and inventor

Ed Davis may refer to:

  • Ed Davis (basketball) (born 1989), former player for the North Carolina Tar Heels
  • Ed Davis (criminal) (1900–1937), American burglar, bank robber and Depression-era outlaw
  • Ed Davis (American football), American football running back in the 1990s for Michigan Wolverines

Eddie Davis or Davies may refer to:

  • Eddie Davis (boxer) (born 1951), light heavyweight boxer
  • Eddie Davis, brother of Larry Davis
  • Eddie Davis (Canadian football) (born 1973), football player in the Canadian Football League
  • Eddie Davis (saxophonist), Eddie "Lockjaw" Davis, jazz tenor saxophonist
  • Eddie Davis (actor), in The War Machines
  • Eddie Davies (footballer) (c. 1923–1995), English footballer

See also

  • Ted Davis (disambiguation)
  • Mickey Davis (Edward Davis, born 1950), basketball player

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