Abington is like a second home for us at Robert L. McCormack Public Adjusters since our claims manager, Claire McCormack, grew up there and our families spent quite a bit of time there in the early years. Traveling to Abington to service our clients brings back a lot of happy memories.
A Little More About Abington
Abington was incorporated in 1712 and, like its neighbors, Randolph, Stoughton, and Brockton, became a shoe manufacturing town in the 19th century, and one of the dominant manufacturers of shoes and boots for the Union Army during the Civil War. Abington was a center in the abolitionist movement in the mid-19th century.
The fourth tiniest town in Plymouth County, after Hull, Whitman, and Rockland, Abington covers 9.9 square miles (compare this with adjacent Brockton which is 21.6 square miles). Abington was incorporated in 1712 and is home to about 16,000 people. An MBTA Commuter Rail line in Abington makes the town convenient to Boston. This and the small-town feel make Abington a great place to live.
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