John Farr Abbott
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John Farr Abbott, sometimes Abbot (1756 – 22 September 1794) was a British barrister. He was a member of Lincoln's Inn, and became a Fellow of the Society of Antiquaries of London and a Fellow of the Royal Society. He also served as Clerk of Rules in the Court of King's Bench. He died in York and is buried in York Minster.
- Skaife, Robert H. (1870). "On the Register of Burials in York Minster". The Yorkshire Archaeological and Topographical Journal, Volume 1. Yorkshire Archæological Society. p. 313. Retrieved 3 September 2014.
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