Lydgate State Park, located on Leho Drive, south of the Kauaʻi Resort, was named for the Reverend John M. Lydgate, a once-prominant civic leader on Kauaʻi and former pastor of Lihuʻe Union Church and Koloa Church. He was a noted authority on Hawaiian literature, folklore, legends, and land titles. Lydgate served a term as Territorial land agent for Kauaʻi, was a managing director of McBryde Sugar Company, and was the editor of the Garden Island newspaper for a time before his death in Lihuʻe on November 28, 1922.
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