Liverpool, Lancashire; upholder (b. 1773/74–d. 1831)
Abbott was recorded in 1796 at 14 Rainford's Garden and subsequently at Davies Street, Hackins Hey and Bolt Street. In 1816 he had a warehouse at 3 Lower Spaling Street.
He advertised on 30 April 1813 his arrival 'from London with a selection of the newest patterns in upholstery & cabinet goods’. These included paper hangings, Brussels and Kidderminster carpets and ‘Cabinet Goods in Rose, Zebra & other fancy woods’.
Declared bankrupt in October 1819, and his stock was sold off by auction in the same month. Abbott died in April 1831, aged 58. [Liverpool Mercury, 30 April 1813; 8 and 15 October 1819; 15 April 1831].