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Name for the Wai-mea post office, Hawaiʻi, named for Samuel Spencer, a former postmaster, or, according to some, for Samuel Parker, son of the founder of the Parker Ranch. Avenue, Ka-pahulu section, Honolulu, named for Samuel Wilder King (later, governor of the Territory) by his real estate partner, Frank James (see Palani); drive, upper Nuʻu-anu, Honolulu, named for Samuel ʻAi-kanaka Dowsett (TM). Lit., Samuel.
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