List of Abbott Authors
While doing some more research online, I discovered a site that lists several who were authors, below is a list of their names with a link to get further information: (For a complete list of their published works, click here or here)
Reverend Abiel Abbot, Jr. 1765-1859 "In 1829 he wrote History of Andover, and in 1847 he co- wrote the Genealogy of the Abbot Family" with Ephraim Abbott, Jr. (index.philosopedia.org/php/Abiel_Abbot)
Reverend Ephraim Abbott, Jr 1779-1870 "In 1847, he co-wrote the Genealogy of the Abbot Family" with Abiel Abbot, Jr. (www.wikitree.com/genealogy/ABBOT)
Jacob Abbott 1803-1879 "He was a prolific author, writing juvenile fiction, brief histories, biographies, religious books for the general reader, and a few works in popular science." (en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jacob_Abbott)
Anne Wales Abbot 1808-1908 "Was a game designer, magazine editor, literary reviewer, and author." Published in 1853, "Autumn Leaves...Original Pieces in Prose and Verse." She also wrote several children's books. She was the person who drew the sketch of the "Old Red Abbot House (click here to see sketch)," where her father, Abiel Abbot, was born in 1765." (en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Anne_Abbott) (to read her short story entitled "The Fourth of July" click here)
Francis Ellingwood Abbot 1836-1903 "Was an American philosopher and theologian who sought to reconstruct theology in accord with scientific method." "The lifelong romance between himself and his wife forms the subject of If Ever Two Were One, a collection of his correspondence and diary entries." He visited her gravesite on the tenth anniversary of her death, placed a bouquet of flowers next to the stone and then committed suicide.(en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Francis_Ellingwood_Abbot)
Eleanor Hallowell Abbott 1872-1958 "Born in Cambridge, Massachusetts, was a nationally recognized American author. She was a frequent contributor to The Ladies' Home Journal." "In 1908 she married Dr. Fordyce Coburn and relocated with him to Wilton, New Hampshire. Soon after moving, several widely read magazines accepted her work for publication. Two of her poems were accepted by Harper's Monthly Magazine in 1909. She went on to publish seventy-five short stories and fourteen romantic novels." "Abbott is the daughter of clergyman Edward Abbott, who edited the journal Literary World; and granddaughter of noted childrens' author Jacob Abbott." (en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Eleanor_Hallowell_Abbott)
Frank Frost Abbott 1860-1924 "American non-fiction writer and scholar." "Wrote several works on Roman history and government." (en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Frank_Frost_Abbott)
John Stevens Cabot Abbott 1805-1877 "An American historian, pastor, and pedagogical writer." "He was a voluminous writer of books on Christian ethics, and of popular histories, which were credited with cultivating interest in history." "Was honored by Napoleon III for his Life of Napoleon Bonaparte, serialized in Harper's Monthly" magazine. (en.wikipedia.org/wiki/John_Stevens_Cabot_Abbott)
Lyman Abbott 1835-1922 "Was an American Congregationalist theologian, editor and author." "Son of prolific author Jacob Abbott." He was also a lawyer, "admitted to the bar in 1856," studied theology next with his uncle, "John Stevens Cabot Abbott, was ordained a minister of the Congregational Church in 1860." (en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lyman_Abbott)
Willis John Abbott 1863-1934 Grandson of John Stevens Cabot Abbott. "Was an American journalist, and a prolific author of war, army, navy, marine corps, and merchant marine books." Later was "named the editor of the idealistic and clean Christian Science Monitor." (en.wikipedia/wiki/Willis_J._Abbot)
Charles Conrad Abbott 1843-1919 "American surgeon, archaeologist and naturalist." Wrote many articles for Popular Science Monthly magazine. (en.wikisorce/wiki/Author:Charles_Conrad_Abbott)
To read his book entitled "Uncles," published in 1949, click here.
Major Lemuel A. Abbott 1842-1911 Wrote the book "Personal Recollections and Civil War Diary"
Charles Greeley Abbot Wrote a "Biographical Memoir of Henry Larcom Abbott" presented to the National Academy of Sciences, in 1929. An American astrophysicist, born in Wilton, N. H., in 1872. He graduated from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology in 1894 and in the following year joined the staff of the Smithsonian Astrophysical Observatory, of which institution he became director in 1907. He is a member of many astronomical and other scientific societies, and has done valuable research work in connection with solar phenomena. He published “The Sun” (1911).