the residence of his family for a few years, until he moved to Brookline.
The youngest child of three in his family today recalls the pleasure he had picking up the seeds of the horse-chestnuts and storing them in the attic.
The child is father to the man, and perhaps the lad acquired in this place the love for trees that has made his name known throughout the world as the able professor of horticulture and arboriculture, the director of the Botanic Garden of Harvard University, Charles Sprague Sargent, a man of many honors, one of the latest having been noticed in the Outlook, August 22, 1917.
In 1850 Francis A. Gray, youngest child of Samuel and Mary, bought the property of the Sargents.
He was born in this house October 5, 1813, and died there, December, 1888.
He married Helen Wyckoff Wainwright of New York, 1857, who died September 12, 1895.
They had two children, who married and left Medford-Mary, now a widow, living in Paris, France, and Francis A. Gray, with wife and