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After [[Will Whitfoot]] resigned his post as [[Mayor of Michel Delving]] (the largest town in the Shire and the "unofficial capital"), in {{FoA|6}}, Sam was elected Mayor of the Shire for seven consecutive 7-year terms.
 
After [[Will Whitfoot]] resigned his post as [[Mayor of Michel Delving]] (the largest town in the Shire and the "unofficial capital"), in {{FoA|6}}, Sam was elected Mayor of the Shire for seven consecutive 7-year terms.
  
After his wife died in {{FoA|61}}, Sam entrusted the Red Book to Elanor and, according to her, he went to the [[Grey Havens]] to sail across the Sea and be reunited with Frodo in the [[Undying Lands]].
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After his wife died in {{FoA|61}}, Sam entrusted the Red Book to Elanor and left [[Middle-earth]] to sail across the Sea and be reunited with Frodo in the [[Undying Lands]]. However, it is uncertain whether Samwise actually made it to the Undying Lands seeing as he is mortal and only immortal beings (such as elves) can venture to these points of the world along with mortal passengers if they so choose.
  
 
==Etymology==
 
==Etymology==

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