Edwin Hale Abbot, Sr

Edwin Hale Abbot, Sr

Birth
Beverly, Essex County, Massachusetts, USA
Death 1927 (aged 92–93)
Cambridge, Middlesex County, Massachusetts, USA
Burial Cambridge, Middlesex County, Massachusetts, USA
Memorial ID 70745527 · View Source
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Edwin Hale Abbot, Sr. -
Religion: Swedenborgian, New Jerusalem Church, Boston, Suffolk, MA: Membership: 3 Feb 1856, from Cambridge, Middlesex, MA

Always a Staunch Friend of Rev. James Reed, Minister, New Jerusalem Church, Boston, Suffolk, MA

Note: Related to Nathan Hale of Revolutionary Fame
Grad (1855), A.M. (1858), LL.B (1861), Harvard University 1859 Cambridge, MA, Directory: Tutor in Greek, 7 Hollis Hall, Harvard University, Cambridge, MA, Lecturer: Harvard College, University of Chicago, University of Wisconsin, other educational institutions, Practiced Law: Boston, MA, Milwaukee, New York, Railroad Tycoon, President: Wisconsin Central Railroad, Director, Other Railroad Corporations, Law Editor, Boston Daily Advertiser (1862 - 1870), Contributor, North American Review, New Jerusalem Magazine, American Law Review, Wrote: A Review of the Report upon the Physics and Hydraulics of the Mississippi (1862), Phillips Brooks House (1900)

Father: Joseph Hale Abbot (B: 25 Sep 1802, Wilton, Hillsboro, NH - 07 Apr 1873, Beverly, Essex, MA) S/o Deacon Ezra and Rebekah (Hale) Abbot, of Wilton.
married (May 13, 1830, at Beverly, MA):

Mother: Frances Ellingwood Larcom (B: 14 Jun 1807, Beverly, Essex, MA - 26 Jun 1883) D/o Henry and Fanny (Ellingwood) Larcom & grand-niece of the Hon. Nathan Dane, L.L.D., member of the Continental Congress in 1785-88, framer of the famous "Ordinance of 1787," founder of the Dane Professorship of Law in Harvard University

Siblings: General Henry Larcom Abbot (B: 13 Aug 1831, Beverly, Essex, MA - 01 Oct 1927, Cambridge, MA, age 96), Francis Ellingwood Abbott (B: 06 Nov 1836 Boston, Suffolk, MA - 23 Oct 1893), Emily Frances Abbot Vaughan (B: 01 Apr 1839 Wilton, Hillsboro, NH - 05 Nov 1899), Captain Edward Stanley Abbott (B: 22 Oct 1841 - 02 Jul 1863, Mortally wounded at Gettysburg while leading his troops near Little Round Top), an infant son (B: 1844 - 1844), William Fitshale Abbot (B: 27 Apr 1853, Wilton, Hillsboro, NH - 1923)

First Married (17 Nov 1859, Newton, Middlesex, MA): Mary Clark Carter (B: 26 Nov 1836, Lancaster, Worcester, MA - 11 Feb 1860) Religion: Swedenborgian, New Jerusalem Church, Boston, Suffolk, MA: Membership: 03 Feb 1856, D/o Timothy Harrington Carter & Martha Clark Carter
Grandparents: Captain John Clark & Lydia Sanderson

Second Married (15 Sep 1866, Portland, Cumberland, ME): Martha Trask Steele (B: Nov 1839, Portland, Cumberland, ME) d/o Eben Steele & Almira D.

Children: Philip Stanley Abbot (B: 01 Sep 1867, Milwaukee, Milwaukee, Wisconsin - 03 Aug 1896, Mt. Lefroy, Alberta, Canada), Edwin Hale Abbot, Jr., Eminent Lawyer, (B: 05 Mar 1881, Milwaukee, Milwaukee, Wisconsin) married: Sarah Otis Ernst (B: 09 Mar 1884, Boston, Suffolk, MA), Constance Abbot, adopted daughter, (B: Jul 1879, MA)

Residence: Follen St, Cambridge, MA

Died: 1927, Cambridge, Middlesex, MA


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  • Created by: Glenn Ellis
  • Added: 2 Jun 2011
  • Find A Grave Memorial 70745527
  • Find A Grave, database and images (https://www.findagrave.com : accessed ), memorial page for Edwin Hale Abbot, Sr (26 Jan 1834–1927), Find A Grave Memorial no. 70745527, citing Mount Auburn Cemetery, Cambridge, Middlesex County, Massachusetts, USA ; Maintained by Glenn Ellis (contributor 47410127) .