|Frederic H. Hitch
Frederic H. Hitch
- Born: 1840, Fairhaven, Bristol Co., MA 1 2 3 4
- Marriage (1): Lizzie (?)
- Died: 26 Apr 1913, MA 5
In the Federal Census of 1860, Frederick E.(?) Hitch is listed as a clockmaker in a household in the 8th Ward, Boston, Suffolk County, Massachusetts (page 524) as follows: - Frederick E. Hitch, age 20, born in MA.
Served as a Private, Company I, 3rd Massachusetts Infantry in the Civil War (Union Soldiers Index - National Archives). In the Civil War Service Index - Union (National Archives), it states that at age 22, a teacher and resident of Fairhaven, Massachusetts, Frederick H. Hitch enlisted on September 22, 1862. He mustered-in on September 23, 1862 as a Private in Company I of the 3rd Massachusetts Infantry, USA. He mustered-out on June 26, 1863.
In a file of Veterans Administration Pension Payment Cards (Index) 1907-1933 in the National Archives, it states that Frederic H. Hitch was an Army invalid who died April 26, 1913. He had been a Private in Company I, 3rd Massachusetts Volunteer Infantry. (Cert. No. 1088954)
Frederic married Lizzie (?).
1850 MA Census, Listed as age 10 in the 1850 Bristol Co., MA Census, born in MA.
1860 MA Census, Listed as age 20 in the 1860 Boston, Suffolk Co., MA Census, born in MA.
1855 MA State Census, Listed as age 15 in the 1855 Fairhaven, Bristol Co., MA Census, born in MA.
1870 MA Census, Listed as Frederic H. Hitch, age 30, in Fairhaven, Bristol Co., MA.
Veteran's Administration Pension Payment Records 1907-1933, National Archives.