The 64-year-old MP for Lichfield in Staffordshire expressed his disgust in a message posted on Twitter on Friday morning.
He was soon given a command in the midland counties, and having seized Lichfield he was killed there on the 2nd of March 1643.
The derivation of the word “Lichfield” has excited a good deal of controversy.
In the summer of 1737 he went back to Lichfield, where he finished a tragedy called Irene, of which we shall hear something later.
It was not for nothing that Dr. Johnson came down to Lichfield.
This was one of several outbreaks of plague that Lichfield had suffered since early Tudor times.
For a time he assisted his brother in the conduct of the business at Lichfield.
Langton died in 1321 in London, and was carried to Lichfield, where he was buried with much ceremony.
I have heard your town of Lichfield much famed for ale; I think I 'll taste that.
There is a report that Tom is going to be married to a Lichfield lass.
Licitfelda (c.710) "Open Land near Letocetum" (Celtic place name meaning "gray wood") + Old English feld.