The Fitchs' emblem depicts a Rod of Aesculapius, which is associated with medicine and healing. This would relate to Martin Fitch's role as the doctor in the town. In addition, the serpent is wrapped around a knife or dagger, relating to the method of sacrifice used by the family: mutilation.
- Cornelius Fitch (???? - ????)
- Theodore Fitch (???? - 1853)
- Andrew Fitch (1855 - 1887)
- Elizabeth Fitch (Married into family, wife of Andrew) (1857 - 1897)
- Regina Fitch (Daughter of Andrew and Elizabeth) (1877 - 1923)
- Stephen Fitch (Son of Andrew and Elizabeth) (???? - ????+7)
- Rose Fitch (???? - 1903)
- Rusty Fitch (???? - 1953)
- Martin Fitch (1952 - 2007)
- Scarlet Fitch (Daughter of Martin) (???? - 2003)
- "Theodore" means "Gift of God". Theodore Fitch was the first Fitch family sacrifice and was a "gift" to god.
- "Rose", "Rusty" and "Scarlet" are all thematically linked by the color red. This may be a reference to the blood shed by Fitch family sacrifices.