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Witch's Tree
The Witch's Tree, which was also known as the Kimball Elm, stood behind St Anne’s church on King Street. It supposedly marked the location where Samuel Dudley lived. Samuel's wife Abigail was accused of being a witch in 1720.
Site of the Witch's Tree on King Street
The stately tree, like so many of its brethren, succumbed to Dutch elm disease.