Abigail Town Hall

The Town Hall

Abigail is a town in Brenton County, Lohana. It is located on the Arubio state line, on State Route 223.


Abigail was founded in 1886 by a traveler on his way to Liberty[1]. The place was named after the founder's wife, Abigail Waithan[2]. By 1900, the settlement had 130 people and a new Post Office. In the 1920s, many people moved to Abigail after being left jobless when businesses in Prescaderna had to close down. Angry, out-of-work Prescadernites heard of a "nice place with a friendly atmosphere"[3], and they moved.

In 1958, a destructive tornado roared through Abigail, destroying much of the town and killing twelve. It took years to rebuild. In 1975, a tornado barely missed Abigail[4].


Abigail has a population of 9,234[5]. About 69% of the population was born in the state of Lohana. Ninety percent was born in Dragoonasag. The other percentage was born in other English-speaking countries or other countries.


Abigail is served by the Brenton County School System.


  1. History of Dragoonish towns, aired December 3, 2005
  2. Full document of Abigail, Lohana's recorded history, located inside the Town Hall
  3. History of Dragoonish towns, aired December 3, 2005
  4. Abigail, Lohana's weather history, aired 6 September 2009
  5. 2008 Lohana census reports
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