- "He is the most corrupt official in a city filled with corruption."
- ―Thomas Jefferson, speaking about Fitzwilliams.[src]
Fitzwilliams was in charge of the food sold in New York City. While under King Washington's rule, Fitzwilliams controlled the prices, often inflating them to fill his own pockets, as well as the King's.
Fitzwilliams' life was ended by Ratonhnhaké:ton after the latter tailed him to the food storehouse.