About Royal Oak
The Royal Oak is the English oak tree within which the future King Charles II of England hid to escape the Roundheads following the Battle of Worcester in 1651. The tree was in Boscobel Wood, which was part of the park of Boscobel House. Charles told Samuel Pepys in 1680 that while he was hiding in the tree, a Parliamentarian soldier passed directly below it. The story was popular after the Restoration, and is remembered every year in the English traditions of Royal Oak Day. Numerous large slipware dishes (known as 'chargers') depicting the Boscobel Oak were made by the Staffordshire potter Thomas Toft.
Neighborhoods in Royal Oak, MI
Airport Sub, Bagley, Birwood Wall / West Eight Mile Neighborhood, Blackstone Park, Brightmoor, Cadillac Community, Castle Rouge, Chaldean Town, Charing Cross, Crary/St Marys, Davison-Schoolcraft, Eight Mile Wyoming, Eliza Howell, Evergreen-Outer Drive, Fitzgerald/Marygrove
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1905 Rowland AvenueRoyal Oak MI 48067United States
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