Abiel Abbot (August 17, 1770 – June 7, 1828) was a prominent clergyman. He was born to John and Abigail Abbot in Andover, Massachusetts, and went on to study at Harvard University. He married Eunice Wales in 1796.
He started working as a preacher in Haverhill, Massachusetts, in 1793 and remained there through 1803, having been promoted to pastor in 1795. He then moved to Beverly, Massachusetts, and became a pastor there. He remained in that position through the end of his life.
In 1828 he traveled to Cuba to recover his health but died of yellow fever on his way back. He had one book published posthumously, Letters from Cuba, in 1829.