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Chelmsford

(chĕmz`fərd, chĕlmz`–), town (1990 pop. 32,383), Middlesex co., NE Mass.; inc. 1655. Once a lumber and textile town, Chelmsford is largely residential with light industries.

Chelmsford,

city (1991 pop. 91,109), county seat of Essex, SE England. It is a market center (especially for cattle) for the surrounding agricultural district. Manufactures include electrical equipment, radios, ball bearings, rope, and agricultural equipment. Other industries are milling and malting. A Roman town on this site was excavated in 1849. The first wireless telegraph broadcasting service began there in 1920.

Chelmsford

a city in SE England, administrative centre of Essex: electronics, retail; university (1992). Pop.: 99 962 (2001)
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One woman, who complained about the photo, said: "We all know that the backlash against blackface has been well reported and it is a real shame to see that the message hasn't filtered through to such an important part of Chelmsford's cultural life.
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Gay is survived by three sons, Richard and his wife, Charlene Larssen, of Hudson, Mass., Peter and his wife, Michelle Larssen, of Berlin, Mass., and Carl Larssen of Berlin, Mass.; her daughter, Lalah Larssen Peirce and her husband, Wayne Peirce, of Belmont, N.H.; two step-daughters, Janette Shanley of Hillsboro, Ore., and Mary Bergeron of Lowell, Mass.; her sister, Lorraine Miller and brother, Ronald Nelson, both of Chelmsford, Mass.; 10 grandchildren and 12 great-grandchildren.
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