Last year, I saw this commemorative slab on the east wall of Saint John the Baptist Church, Pentrobin, North Wales.
When I was a boy there was a song called 'It Only Took a Minute' by 'Joe Brown and the Bruvvers'. In the opening line, are the words 'It took a hundred years to make that old tree grow'. (I thought until last week that it was 'oak tree' - as in the picture - but be that as it may.) I used to wonder what a 100 year old tree looked like. Who knows when a particular tree was planted; they don't usually have plaques telling us when. It also struck me how, if one were to plant a tree, one wouldn't be around to see it when it reached that age. Now I know. Well, more-or-less. When the tree in the picture below was planted it would have been a sapling, so perhaps I now know what a 101 year old tree looks like.
You should also be able to see the tree from above here.