There is a long and sometimes-sordid history of Americans finding English records for people of the right name to possibly be their immigrant ancestors, then attaching those people to their family trees. This is likely to be the situation here.
Apparently, nothing has been found in New England records regarding the Edward Davis who married Hannah Gridley (the father of Hannah Gridley was a Great Migration immigrant who was researched by the top-flight researchers in the Great Migration Project of the New England Historic Genealogical Society), so there seems to be no good reason to connect him to a Gloucestershire family. We can "merge away" the Edward Davis profile you asked about.
Unfortunately, that leaves the England Project to deal with profiles created (sometimes several times over) on the basis of flawed (or even fraudulent) genealogies that connected American immigrants to English people (possibly including people who never existed). I see that the other profile for Edward Davis was previously connected to https://www.wikitree.com/wiki/Davis-37843 and https://www.wikitree.com/wiki/Dollard-34 as parents. The connection was removed in 2017, but those alleged parents look like a big mess of erroneous genealogy.