1889 — Point Allerton, Hull, MA Named for Pilgrim Isaac Allerton, Point Allerton U.S. Life Saving Station opened in 1889. The new U.S. Coast Guard Station Point Allerton opened at the edge of Hull Village near Pemberton Point in 1969. It was commissioned on April 18th, 1970 and is generally considered the home of Coast Guard Search and Rescue. Its history and traditions date back to the earliest days of the Massachusetts Humane Society when Captain Joshua James was the original Surfman and Station keeper for Point Allerton Station. Station Point Allerton is located in historic Hull, Massachusetts in the First Coast Guard District. It is one of the largest Stations in the Coast Guard and reports to Sector Boston.
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Constance Flynn Lagerman, 90, of Bryn Mawr, a former board member of the First Church of Christ, Scientist, in Ardmore, died Saturday, Sept. 29, at her home.
Mrs. Lagerman was on the church's executive committee for more than five decades and served as a reader and Sunday school teacher, her son, Richard, said.
Born in Haverford, she attended what was then Harcum Junior College.