The construction of the Tudor naval ship the Mary Rose required timber from an estimated 600 oak tree’s, the majority of which local rumour has it came from the famous Sherwood Forest in Nottinghamshire. She saw 33 years of service through many battles and a major re-fitment before being sunk in a battle with French Galleys off the coast of the Isle of Wight in the Solent.
She sank on the 19ht July 1545 with 380 hands onboard.
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