Thomas James Hitch
- Born: Abt 1757, Somerset Co., MD
- Marriage (1): (?) (?) about 1783
- Died: 19 Jan 1802-1810, Somerset Co., MD
On Nov 1 1782, Thomas Hitch's father, James Hitch conveyed land in "Polk's Folly" to George and Mary Austin. However, James Hitch died before the conveyance happened upon which Thomas Hitch had rights to 100 acres of that land and conveyed. He was listed in the Tax Assessment of 1783 in Rewastico Hundred as Thomas Hitch Jr. with land "High Suffolk" (22¼ acres) and "Fathers Delight" (16 acres) as well as one horse. He is the only person in the household at the time (TA1783).
In the Federal Census of 1800, Thomas Hitch is listed in Somerset County on page 37 with one male under 10, two males 10-16, one male 26-45, one female under 10, one female 26-45 and two slaves.
On Jan 19 1802, Thomas James Hitch is listed as having a judgment against William E. Hitch (MdCC-64:251).
Thomas J. Hitch evidently died sometime between his court case on Jan 19 1802 and and the 1810 Census in which he was not listed.
Thomas married (?) (?) about 1783. ((?) (?) was born about 1755-1765.)