The enumerator has done a pretty shoddy job here and many of the place names are ambiguous throughout this piece.
The first letter of the name is definitely a K, as in 'Kirkdale' a few lines below.
I read it as "Kimberly" but there is no such place in Flintshire!
There are very few places in Wales beginning with a K. In Flintshire just Kelsterton and Kinnerton, with Knolton in the Maelor exclave.
Samuel Davies gives even less information on the other censuses - 1861: "Wales" and 1871: "Flint, Wales" (but does he mean the town or the county?).
I think the answer lies in the 1881 census. There is a Samuel Davies, a Farm Labourer, of the right age living in the West Derby Workhouse, in Rice Street, Walton on the Hill. He gives his place of birth as "Kinerton" but gives no county! The GRO have later added "Lancashire" but I believe that it should be "Kinnerton, Flintshire"??? This is your man.