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Record: Lichfield County Staffordshire Transcript lichefeld Icon description spired church with cross, convent buildings Icons church with cross Description Appearances faded Etymology Letocetum, a Celtic name of a Roman town, meaning 'grey wood' + OE feld, 'field' Translation Earlier editors

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Stafford could be the Sow although Stafford is shown on the wrong bank. The tributary from Lichfield to Birmingham could be the Tame although Lichfield would then be misplaced (Parsons). Early Maps Trent (Angliae Figura) Overwritten no Attested spelling Trent

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Record: Lichfield County Staffordshire Transcript lichefeld Icon description spired church with cross, convent buildings Icons church with cross Description Appearances faded Etymology Letocetum, a Celtic name of a Roman town, meaning 'grey wood' + OE feld, 'field' Translation Earlier editors

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Stafford could be the Sow although Stafford is shown on the wrong bank. The tributary from Lichfield to Birmingham could be the Tame although Lichfield would then be misplaced (Parsons). Early Maps Trent (Angliae Figura) Overwritten no Attested spelling Trent

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Record: Lichfield County Staffordshire Transcript lichefeld Icon description spired church with cross, convent buildings Icons church with cross Description Appearances faded Etymology Letocetum, a Celtic name of a Roman town, meaning 'grey wood' + OE feld, 'field' Translation Earlier editors

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Stafford could be the Sow although Stafford is shown on the wrong bank. The tributary from Lichfield to Birmingham could be the Tame although Lichfield would then be misplaced (Parsons). Early Maps Trent (Angliae Figura) Overwritten no Attested spelling Trent

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