|Member of the U.S. House of Representatives|
from Massachusetts's 3rd district
March 4, 1843 – March 3, 1849
|Preceded by||Caleb Cushing|
|Succeeded by||James H. Duncan|
|Member of the Massachusetts House of Representatives|
|Member of the Massachusetts Senate|
|Born||September 10, 1786|
|Died||November 2, 1868 (aged 82)|
Son of Jeduthan Abbott (1749–1810) and Hannah Poor (1754–1823), he was born in Andover, Massachusetts. He Married Ester West (1796-?) on December 6, 1812. They had two children Alfred Amos Abbott, and Elizabeth Amos Abbott.
He worked as a merchant, a highway surveyor, a market clerk, town clerk, town treasurer, a member of the school committee, a business executive. In 1833, he was one of the founders of the Boston & Portland railway, which later changed its name to the Boston & Maine Railroad, and served as its director from 1834 to 1841. He was a member of the Massachusetts House of Representatives from 1835 to 1837 and in 1843. He was a member of the Massachusetts Senate from 1840 to 1842.
Following his term in Congress, he returned to his earlier mercantile activities and served as the postmaster in Andover, where he died, aged 82.
- United States Congress. "Amos Abbott (id: A000004)". Biographical Directory of the United States Congress.
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from Massachusetts's 3rd congressional district
March 4, 1843–March 3, 1849
James H. Duncan
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