Leominster(redirected from Leominster, England)
Leominster(lĕm`ĭnstər), city (1990 pop. 38,145), Worcester co., N central Mass.; set off from Lancaster 1740, inc. as a city 1915. Plastics, fabricated metals, locks, processed foods, and chemicals are made in the city, which was the birthplace of John ChapmanChapman, John,
1774–1845, American pioneer, more familiarly known as Johnny Appleseed, b. Massachusetts. From Pennsylvania—where he had sold or given saplings and apple seeds to families migrating westward—he traveled c.
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