Thank you for writing. I haven't thought about this family for a long time, so I had to go back and read the discussion to remind myself of it. And, I noticed I never got back to the first lady with the census information. So, I just took a look and posted some census information for her.
Do you need any census information for your research?
I seem to remember that Dr. Loring Hutchinson and his wife, Helen, had a large home in a nice section of Cambridge. I don't remember the street at this second.
He would have been my great-great-grandmother's brother's grandson. So, I'm not directly related to him. But, what has made me curious is why my family in Arlington never mentioned Carleton Hutchinson, his father, who was alive into the 1960's - which I was growing up. And, Loring was alive into the 1970's - in Cambridge not far from Arlington, and I have no memory of my parents mentioning him. (And I have a picture of George down to Carleton down to Robert, but not of Loring, Robert's father.)
There were about 6 HUTCHINSON patriarchs arriving in early 1600's and they all had many descendants. And our patriarch was George, and some of his descendants were in Cambridge, so I'm not surprised there is a Hutchison St.
(In addition to the HUTCHINSON Farm in Winchester, I am also related to the large CROSBY Farm in Arlington. Jacob Hutchinson married Eliza CROSBY, and she lived up the street on that farm, and her brother ran that farm at the bottom of the same street.)
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