Abernathy farm is a location and settlement in the Commonwealth in 2287.


Abernathy farm is a homestead constructed around a large pre-War high voltage pylon; founded and inhabited by the Abernathy family consisting of Blake and Connie Abernathy, and their daughters Lucy and Mary Abernathy. By the time the Sole Survivor reaches Abernathy farm, the settlement has recently been attacked by raiders, resulting in the death of Mary.[1]


Abernathy farm covers a large, partially uncultivated area that grows tatos and melons, which the Sole Survivor can harvest for caps from Lucy. The farmhouse is a two-story makeshift structure built into the frame of the high voltage tower. The interior already has working lights, but no usable electricity.


Related questsEdit


  • Abernathy farm can be turned into a settlement in two ways, including retrieving a locket from a raider camp (Returning the Favor) and convincing the Abernathys to join the Minutemen or by driving the Abernathys away.
  • Abernathy farm has the tallest building limit possible, at 20 stories, surpassing Finch farm's 13 stories, and Spectacle Island's 10 stories.
  • Unlike human settlers, Maisie and Clarabell will be permanently dead if they die during a settlement raid. They also do not regain lost hit points over time. Clarabell does not respond to feeding troughs. If one is built, she will remain where she is, unlike all other Brahmin. Thus, she is stuck where she is, even if the fence surrounding her is scrapped.
  • Mary's grave can be seen just outside the settlement build area, northwest of the settlement. The grave is unmarked, with wet footprints in the dirt, denoting a recent burial. There is a bouquet of dried flowers on the grave.
  • Abernathy farm is one of the first and safest locations to gather crops for Sanctuary and Red Rocket truck stop.


Abernathy farm appears only in Fallout 4.


  • PCIcon pc Assigning the Abernathy family to the existing owned beds in the settlement may cause a glitch that prevents other settlers from being assigned to various tasks. [verified]
  • PCIcon pc Playstation 4Icon ps4 Xbox OneIcon xboxone It may be necessary to create three new beds and assign the Abernathy family (and any recruited settlers) to player-created beds in order for the Happiness mechanic to work properly. [verified]
  • PCIcon pc Playstation 4Icon ps4 Xbox OneIcon xboxone The reaction time of settlers, from when you assign them to when they are assigned, is significantly longer than at any normal settlement. Therefore, it may seem like they are unable to be assigned to anything. It may take anywhere between 30 seconds to over 5 minutes for them to be assigned to a specific resource. [verified]
  • PCIcon pc Playstation 4Icon ps4 Xbox OneIcon xboxone The existing food crops may need to be uprooted and replanted immediately upon gaining access to the workbench to ensure that they do not become unavailable for assignment on subsequent visits. [verified]
    • Pre-existing crops that become damaged and in need of repair may cause a glitch where attempting to repair the plant will use available seeds but not fix the plant. (Uprooting/replanting as described above should prevent this glitch).
      • If one of the tato patches becomes non-interactive, quick-saving and then loading may allow them to be selected again, whereupon they should be stored and re-planted to prevent recurrence of the bug.
      • One can make the unrepairable crops work properly again by using console commands: first enter the console and select the damaged crop, repair it with SetDestroyed 0, exit the console and replant it in a proper location (the original location usually works), then enter the console again and destroy the crop with SetDestroyed 1, finally repair it normally outside of the console.



  1. Fallout 4 Vault Dweller's Survival Guide Collector's Edition p. 261: "[1.10] ABERNATHY FARM
    Blake and his wife, Connie, tend to their tato and melon patches and mourn the loss of their eldest daughter Mary, killed in a recent Raider attack."
    (Fallout 4 Vault Dweller's Survival Guide Map)
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