789. Thomas12 Fitch (Thomas13, Thomas14, Thomas15, Thomas16, Thomas17, William18, Thomas19, Thomas20, William21, John22)(1033) birth date unknown. Thomas died January 20, 1686/1687 at age unknown.

He married Ann Reeve August 6, 1611 in St. Marys Church, Bocking, Essex, England.(1034) Ann(1035) was the daughter of Thomas Reeve and Katherine Billings.

Thomas Fitch had the following children:

child 790 i. Thomas11 Fitch(1036). He settled in Norwalk, Connecticut, and his great grandson Thomas Fitch was Governor of Connecticut 1754-1766.

child 791 ii. Joseph Fitch(1037). He married Mary Stone 1668 in Hartford, Hartford County, Connecticut. Mary was the daughter of Samuel Stone. He went to Hartford from Norwalk in 1660. After marriage, he moved to Windsor. His great grandson, John Fitch, invented the steamboat in 1785. John, who was born in South Windsor 21 January 1743, never fully commercialized his invention. See Burpee's Connecticut or other historical texts for details of Fitch's invention and the involvement of Robert Fulton.

child + 600 iii. Rev. James Fitch was born 1622.

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