Sandridge Park, near Stoke Gabriel, Devon, is an English country house in the Italianate style, designed by John Nash around 1805 for the Dowager Lady Ashburton, née Elizabeth Baring. Sandridge, on high ground at the head of the River Dart estuary, was held by the Sandridges under the Bishop of Exeter in Henry II's reign. The Nash house took the place of the former house, which had belonged to the descendants of Sir Thomas Pomeroy until the eighteenth century
Stoke Gabriel - a little village on the river Dart.
This yew tree grew in around the year 1066 by Stoke Gabriel, Devon, England. My 9th great grandfather was born there in 1606 so generations of my family probally lived and walked past the forest this tree was in. Perhaps they even saw it."A tree's history" by Nigel Kyte at PicturesofEngland.com
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