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Dr. Calvin Tilden
Dr. Calvin Tilden lived in the Gad Hitchcock house in Hanson and practiced in that town and in Hanover. Gad Hitchcock, the first minister in Hanson, was a clergyman of sterling character, patriotic and fearless, and an ancestor of Dr. Tilden. The latter was admitted to the Massachusetts Medical Society in 1810. He died in 1832, aged fifty-seven years. The historic house in Hanson where he resided is still standing.
Source: "History of Plymouth, Norfolk and Barnstable Counties Massachusetts; Volume I" by Elroy S. Thompson. Pub. 1928. Pages 127-128