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Saint Samson, Saint-Samson, or Saint Sampson may refer to:
- Saint Samson of Dol, born late 5th century in Wales, active there and in Brittany
- Saint Sampson the Hospitable (died c. 530), born in Rome, became a citizen of Constantinople and saint of the Eastern Churches
Saint-Samson is the name or part of the name of several communes in northern France:
- Saint-Samson, Calvados, in the Calvados département
- Saint-Samson, Mayenne, in the Mayenne département
- Saint-Samson-de-Bonfossé, in the Manche département
- Saint-Samson-de-la-Roque, in the Eure département
- Saint-Samson-la-Poterie, in the Oise département
- Saint-Samson-sur-Rance, in the Côtes-d'Armor département
- La Ferté-Saint-Samson, in the Seine-Maritime département
Saint Sampson is the name of several places (both these named after St Samson of Dol):
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