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In many of the pages of Sam's children it says that the names of the children were suggestions from Frodo. However Frodo was already in Valinor when these children were born... I do know he suggested the name for Elanor the fair, which is the only child Frodo ever met. So is this a mistake?
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In many of the pages of Sam's children it says that the names of the children were suggestions from Frodo. However Frodo was already in Valinor when these children were born... I do know he suggested the name for Elanor the fair, which is the only child Frodo ever met. So is this a mistake? {{unsiged|MarnixPrincen}}
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:Nope. As he hands the [[Red Book]] to Sam, he tells him of the many children he will have, and lists a set of names (not all of them though). If memory serves, he didn't get the order correct. --{{User:Ederchil/sig}} 21:06, 21 January 2013 (UTC)

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In many of the pages of Sam's children it says that the names of the children were suggestions from Frodo. However Frodo was already in Valinor when these children were born... I do know he suggested the name for Elanor the fair, which is the only child Frodo ever met. So is this a mistake? Template:Unsiged

Nope. As he hands the Red Book to Sam, he tells him of the many children he will have, and lists a set of names (not all of them though). If memory serves, he didn't get the order correct. --Ederchil (Talk/Contribs/Edits) 21:06, 21 January 2013 (UTC)