Kings I ch. 7 tells of Solomon enlisting a Tyrian smith named Hiram to fashion many implements that were used in the Temple. He is said to be the orphaned son of a Tyrian man and a woman from Naphtali.
Chronicles II ch. 2 speaks of the King of Tyre sending a smith named Huram, Who is the son of a Tyrian man and a woman from Dan.
Huram is said in ch. 4 to have made basically the same things that Hiram made in Kings. This strongly implies that they were the same person.
Why do the verses relate this man to Naphtali in one place and Dan in the other?