I would recommend that you look at the entry for William Davies (and many of the other individuals which are the subject of your research) on Alice Ament Davidson Gedge's Family History on Rootsweb --
This is the most thorough and best documented modern resource regarding early Pennsylania settlers which I have found online.
You will find a rather exhaustive discussion of William Davies, whose family is very closely associated with that of William Jones. I believe that both families followed very similar (perhaps identical) paths from eastern Pennsylvania to northern Virginia, and I have no doubt that the families heavily intermarried. The information regarding the location of the property of William Davies and his neighbors in Radnor Township, along with the identities of subsequent owners of the same parcels of land, are the strongest bases for suspecting that William Jones of Loudoun Co., Virginia is a descendant of William Davie's next door neighbor in Radnor Twp., Thomas John Evans (went by the name Thomas Jones). In any event, for your purposes, I would think that there is more than sufficient information at the above-link for you to ultimately conclude that this William Davies is identical with the early member of St. David's Church, Radnor (Newtown).
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