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Medford Historical Society Papers, Volume 22.,
of William Gray Salem and of Samuel Gray Medford. (search)
William Gray of Salem and Samuel Gray of Medford. If Lynn feels that she was honored by having
of Billy Gray's mansion on that street.
Samuel Gray of Salem married first Anna Orne of Marbleh er Stearns, who, when the place was sold to Samuel Gray, moved to the vicinity of what was later th he site of the old one.
The house built by Samuel Gray is still standing just west of the Public L sm of a child in 1806 and one in 18I I, yet Samuel Gray is not listed as a resident tax payer till 815.
The diary of Rev. William Bently states Mr. Gray moved to Medford 8i i.
Samuel Gray died JaSamuel Gray died January 21, 1816, aged fifty-six.
His wife, Mary, died January 30, 1842, aged seventythree.
They we Sargent, May 7, 1835.
In 1842 the heirs of Samuel Gray sold the homestead to Mr. Sargent and it be time the house was built, by descendants of Samuel Gray.
In the elder days of Art
Builders much that is modern.
So today the house of Samuel Gray, having weathered more than a hundred years