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Roots of the mighty oak

Robert G. Antill

Roots of the mighty oak

an historical record of the ancient and honourable families of Ancketill, Anketell, Antill, c803AD to 1990 AD

by Robert G. Antill

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Published by R.G. Antill in Culberra, N.S.W .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Antill family.,
  • Ancketill family.,
  • Anketell family.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementas researched by Robert G. Antill.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination90p. in various pagings :
    Number of Pages90
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL19948095M

      Also included with this book is a worksheet with multiple choice questions to answer along with other thought provoking questions. This worksheet is also available to download free on Mr. Pish’s website. Don’t miss out on any of Mr. Pish’s fun, educational books. FYI: “The Mighty Oak and Me” is book two in “Mr. Pish Backyard 5/5. The mighty English oak* is woven into the history and folklore of England. Druids would worship in oak groves, couples would marry under their spreading branches and the Yule Log, decorated for Christmas with holly and mistletoe, was traditionally cut from , the fruit of the oak, were carried by folk as charms to bring good luck and good health.

    If the mighty oak could speak the words Of the times that it's been tried, It'd speak about growing roots Instead of how it died. It'd say that it was strong enough And stood the test of time. Instead of falling to the ground, It stood and held its line. It'd speak about lightning strikes And wind that cracked its core. Though the dirt had /5. Stand tall, oh mighty oak, for all the world to see. Your strength and undying beauty forever amazes me. Though storm clouds hover above you, Your branches span the sky In search of the radiant sunlight you Count on to survive. When the winds are high and restless and You lose a limb or two, It only makes you stronger. We could learn so much /5.

      Such strength and beauty, like the mighty oak. May 9, at AM Betty said I absolutely love this poem! I have a photo of an old oak tree that grew at the edge of my parents yard when I was growing up. They are both deceased now and I am doing a mini book about their love story.   The mighty oak, Quercus, about which there are so many legends and superstitions, was sacred to the ancient Druids. And when you see quercifolia on .


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