Thanks for this Megan.
Based on this I had a look a to if I could see Thomas Henry DAVIES in the censuses as a child. Something very funny is going on in 1911.
His mother Elizabeth WEBSTER marries Thomas Henry DAVIES' father, Thomas DAVIES, in 1882. But the 1881 census shows Elizabeth WEBSTER living with her first husband Lewis THOMAS and with five children. They have a boarder - none other than Thomas DAVIES (assuming its the same one).
It seems that in 1911 Thomas Henry DAVIES inexplicably adopts his mother's previous married name. This is made even more interesting because the name he gives his first son, Lewis John, is shared by his half-brother - the last of his siblings to be born to his mother's first husband.
Now, I can't a suitable death entry for Elizabeth WEBSTER's first husband Lewis THOMAS. I wonder if her second marriage was bigamous? Or if even Lewis John's parentage was in question by 1911?
Very, very weird!