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Phillida and Croydon?
Croydon, not to be confused with Corydon -- I confused them once but I think I got away with it -- has probably been home to any number of men called Lord or Bryan, but never to Lord Byron. From The Telegraph:
The poet was hailed as on the '50 notable people connected with Croydon' in the borough's bid to win city status earlier this year.
According to council literature, called 'Croydon: The Facts', it stated that Lord Byron, born George Byron in 1788, was one of 'many talents nurtured by Croydon', which it said was a 'centre for innovation'.
But this week the council admitted it had made a bungle after it was pointed out that Lord Byron - who wrote She Walks in Beauty and When We Two Parted - was born in Marylebone in north London and had probably never even visited Croydon.
He tried to get there but was diverted -- excessively so -- to Purley.
A council spokesman said that it had 'confused' the famous poet with one of his distant relatives, the Byron family who lived in Coulsdon, a town on the southernmost boundary of Croydon.
That's what they all say.