FITCH - HALL
This needlework coat of arms was most likely worked by one of the daughters of Governor Thomas Fitch of Connecticut
and his wife Hannah Hall, at the Misses Cuming school in Boston c.1770. It was discovered by Captain Nicholas Johnson,
of Newburyport, in the captain's cabin of a deserted ship off the coast of New England c. 1773 and descended to
his great-grand daughter Margaret W. Cushing.
STEPHEN & CAROL HUBER