It was what my wife always wanted, and I am very unhappy at the way this has been dealt with.'Mr Norgrove, who has one daughter and one grandson, worked for a TV rental company and was then a newsagent before retiring.He visited the tree whenever he was in the area which was every few months. As the state's third-largest city and the largest city in Southern Indiana, it is the commercial, medical, and cultural hub of Southwestern Indiana and the Illinois-Indiana-Kentucky tri-state area, home to over 911,000 people.The 38th parallel crosses the north side of the city and is marked on Interstate 69.A tourist destination, Evansville is home to Tropicana Evansville, the state's first casino, Mesker Park Zoo and Botanic Garden, one of the state's oldest and largest zoos, and sports tourism industry. The University of Evansville is a small private school on the city's east side, while the University of Southern Indiana is a larger public institution just outside the city's westside limits.Other local educational institutions include nationally ranked Signature School and the Evansville Vanderburgh Public Library.He planted it three years ago when she died aged 89 after 53 years together so he had somewhere to go and remember her by.Mr Norgrove said he put it away from all paths on public areas on the 1,096' hill near Callington and made regular visits to it from his home 40 miles away.
I am so furious they have done this.'My wife's last wish was that her ashes be spread at the top of Kit Hill.'The tree had become very established.In 2008, Evansville was voted the best city in the country in which "to live, work, and play" by the readers of Kiplinger, and in 2009 the 11th best. Following the abandonment of Angel Mounds between the years 14, tribes of Miami, Shawnee, Piankeshaw, Wyandot, Delaware and other Native American peoples were known to be in the area.There was a continuous human presence in the area that became Evansville from at least 8,000 BC by Paleo-Indians. The land encompassing Evansville was formally relinquished by the Delaware in 1805 to General William Henry Harrison, then governor of the Indiana Territory.Situated on an oxbow in the Ohio River, the city is often referred to as the "Crescent Valley" or "River City".As testament to the Ohio's grandeur, early French explorers named it La Belle Riviere ("The Beautiful River").