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Abiel Abbot Low

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  1. an American entrepreneur, businessman, trader and philanthropist who gained most of his fortune from the China trade, importing teas, porcelains, and silk, and building and operating a fleet of reputable clipper ships

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  2. the son of Seth and Mary Porter Low, grandson of David and Hannah Haskell Low, great grandson of David and Abigail Choate Low

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  3. born on February 7, 1811

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  4. died on January 7, 1893

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  5. one of twelve children (eight sons, four daughters) of a Salem, Massachusetts, drug merchant, Seth Low

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