Family of
Son
Family
Son
Family
Son
Family
Son
Family
Daughter
Family
Son
Family
Peter Hitt
1683-1772
Memorial
John Hitt
1715-1782
Joseph Acorn
Hittson
1717-1782
Henry
Hitt
1719-1783
Harman
Hitt
1721-1820
Mary Ann
Hitt
1723-1813
Peter Hitt Jr

1726-1810
Elizabeth
Otterbach
1689-1772
Memorial
Sarah Pace
1725-1755
Mary Cuntze
1730-1767
Alice Katherine
Holtzclaw
1724-1810
Ann Weaver
1726-1793
Jacob Rector
1723-1810
Grayson, Virginia
Sarah James
1738-1822
Residence
Germantown, Virginia
Prince William
County
Prince William
County, Virginia
Farquier County,
Virginia

Lauren, South
Carolina  
Edgefield,
South Carolina
     
Occupation
Silver & Iron Miner
Iron Worker
Farmer
Church Leader
Militia
Farmer
Virginia Colonial
Militia
Farmer
Revolutionary
Patriot
     
  Children
Children
Children
Children
Children
Children
  John Hitt
1743-1805
m. Elizabeth James
Fauquier, Virginia
Mary Hitt
1740-1805
Laurens,
South Carolina
Peter Hitt
1755-1802
Elizabeth Hitt
1748-1832
Peter Rector
1749-1821
Dinah Hitt
1760-1842
  Elias Hitt
1744-1833
m. Sarah Snapp
Jessamine, Kentucky
Joseph Hitt
1743-1826
John Hitt
1759-1839
Judith Hitt
1750-1818
Harmon Rector
1750-1850
Nimrod Hitt
1762-1825
  Charles Hitt
1750-1816
Fleming, Kentucky
Peter Hitt
1745-1826
Laurens, South
Carolina
James Hitt
1761-1861
Moses Hitt
1751-1797
Nancy Rector
1752-1780
Joel Hitt
1765-1807
 
Alexander Hitt
1750-1823
Memorial
Charles Hitt
1749-
Anna Hitt
1765-1869
Joseph Hitt
1753-1754
James Rector
1754-1839
Miriam Hitt
1766-1848
  James Hitt
1755-1833
Jessamine, Kentucky
Elisha Hitt
1749-1771
Woodford, Kentucky
Aisley Hitt
1767-1865
Peter Hitt
1753-1754
Uriah Rector
1756-1833
John Hitt
1771-1815
  Mary Ann Hitt
1755-1833
m. Jacob Rector
Harrison, Virginia
Lazarus Hitt
1750-1823
Laurens, South
Carolina
  Jesse Hitt
1755-1802
Jesse Rector
1759-1843
Mary Hitt
1772-
  Spouse #2
Mary
1736-1802
Fauquier, Virginia
James Hitt
1767-
  Mary Ann Hitt
1759-1813
Mary Ann Rector
1765-
Reuben Hitt
1773-1854
  Peter Hitt
1756-1802
Hannah James
Faquier, Virginia
      Benjamin Rector
1767-1825
Nancy Hitt
1774-1858
  Martin Hitt
1764-1850 ?
m. Mary James
Fauquier, Virginia
      Bennett Rector
1767-1816
Elizabeth Hitt
1775-
  Aaron Hitt
1765-
      Elizabeth Rector
1769-1866
Peter Hitt III
1776-1807
  Susannah Hitt
1766-
      Nancy Rector
1790-1851
Sally Hitt
1779
  Abraham Hitt
1769-
         
Peter Hitt & Elizabeth Otterbach Family
Germantown, Faquier County, Virginia Colony

The Hittson Project
Page One
Page Two Timeline
Page Three Historical Notes
Peter & Elizabeth Hitt
Descendants
Generation One
Generation Two
Generation Three
Generation Four
Generation Five
Generation Six
Generation Seven
Generation Eight
Generation Nine
Generation Ten

Time Line
The Peter (III) & Hannah Hitt Cabin at
Germanna, Virginia early 1800
Peter Hitt (III) Cemetery
Germanna, Virginia 1806  
DNA
Connection
German Reformed Protestants
Founders of the Baptist Churches
in Virginia and North Carolina
American
Revolutionary War
Patriots
Coat of Arms
Gold ~ generosity and elevation of mind.
Silver ~ peace and sincerity.
Blue- ~ truth and loyalty.
Heart ~ charity and sincerity.
Sword ~ justice and military honor.
Stars- ~ celestial goodness; Nobel person.
Sword through the heart represents the
sacred heart of Mary-the grieving mother of
Christ.
Plume of feathers ~ sign of willing obedience
and serenity of mind.
Helmet~ When depicted on the shield,
denotes wisdom and security in defense;
strength, protection, invulnerability.
Rubies- ~ devotion and desire; a symbol of
love and immortality.  Also, worthy of trust of
treasure.
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