The Real Abigail
Marilynne Roach says in The Salem Witch Trials: A Day-By-Day Chronicle of a Community Under Siege,
“Even though Abigail played a major role as an accuser at the beginning of the trials, especially in March, April, and May, she gave her last testimony on June 3rd 1692. There is no historical documentation suggesting why Abigail virtually disappeared from the court hearings. In addition, there are no records indicating what happened to Abigail after the events of 1692. It is suggested that she never married and died a single woman, but without any evidence we will never be quite certain.”
The Real Abigail Williams
“…Abigail Williams, haunted to the end, apparently died before the end of 1697, if not sooner, no older than seventeen.”
According to a biographical essay published on the University of Virginia Salem Witch Trials Documentary Archive and Transcription Project:
There is no definite evidence of what happened to Abigail after the trials ended.
“apparently died before the end of 1697, if not sooner, no older than seventeen.”