This limb was not as large in diameter or as long, but a menace to look at anyway and a consant worry of breaking off and going through the roof during a Hurricane. This tree I am not sure of it's name. It has plum size nuts that squirrels love, leaves that are 2" by 4", pointed, and shed in the fall, and shed, and shed, and shed! The tree is probably 100+ years old also. Maybe some of you Southern Tree experts can help me out. I will send photos of the leaves and nuts if requested. I kew once but have since forgotten. "Old Timers Desease" you know.