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Abraham Finch, just how big do you plan to let that junk pile of yours get?

Abigail Finch is a farmer living on Finch farm in Fallout 4.


Abigail lives on the farm with her husband Abraham and her two sons, Daniel and Jake, all of whom she deeply cares for. She strongly disapproves of Abraham and Jake's frequent arguments, which lead to the events of the quest Out of the Fire.[1]

Interactions with the player character

Interactions overview

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This character is involved in quests.

Out of the Fire


Out of the Fire: If Jake Finch is successfully saved from his initiation ritual at Saugus Ironworks and brought back to the farm, he and his father will argue loudly until Abigail puts an end to their quarrel and forces them to live with each other peacefully.

Other interactions

She offers to purchase corn from the Sole Survivor for 2 caps per ear.



  • Despite the Commonwealth Plant Database on the Prydwen stating that potatoes have gone extinct, Abigail mentions having her husband and son peel them.[2]
  • An unused voice type for Abigail exists in the game's files, "NPCFAbigailFinch," though the NPC actually uses the "FemaleBoston" voice type.


Abigail Finch appears only in Fallout 4.


  1. Abigail Finch: "I have watched you two go at it for years and tried to let you sort it out for yourselves. Abraham, your son is a grown man and if you expect him to act like one then you'd better stop treating him like a child. Jake, your father and I have been out there and we know it can be dangerous. We just want to make sure you are prepared. There. It's over. And if I hear another word about it from either of you, so help me..."
    (Abigail Finch's dialogue)
  2. Abigail Finch: "Shut up Jake. If I hear anything out of either of you, you'll both be peeling potatoes for the next year."
    (Abigail Finch's dialogue)