|Common Name: willow oak||Circumference: 328|
|Scientific Name: Quercus phellos||Crown: 137|
|Native/Naturalized: Native to Virginia||Points: 467|
|Status: alive||Last Measured: 2013|
|National Champion: yes||Last Measured by: Jordan Endahl|
|Comments: This tree has traded national champion status back and forth between one in Chesapeake. Both trees were measured in 2013, and this tree was found to be larger. Appears to be in excellent health. It is not endangered by building projects or highway changes. Located within walking distance to the historic Eastville Courthouse which is home of the oldest continuous court records in the nation.
|Location of Tree|
|Tree is located in: Northampton||Land Owner: Ralph Dodd and Elizabeth Dodd|
|GPS Coordinates: N37.35269, W75.94227||Owner Email: email@example.com|
Traveling north on Rt. 13, turn west at Eastville stoplight. Seventh house on right.
|Contact Name: Jack Wilkins||Permission to Advertise: Yes|
|Contact Email: firstname.lastname@example.org||Contact Address:
3117 Dolphin Road
Virginia Beach, VA 23451
|Original Nominator(s): Jack Wilkins|