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Re: Archaeological dig in Gateshead
Hey alan, items from your past have been found in the mud of the Tyne just below Bretts Oils. Careful examination shows the name Aelius de Rustious engraved on a variety of iron tools. The first part of the name always refers to the family forename and the second is the occupation within the ranks of the Roman Army. Just east of the Pons Aelius, at the top of the hill is where your ancestors' began the art of performing the miracles of vehicle restoration. It is where your great great ......great granddad opened his first chariot repair shop. His name was Orunious Rustus. The place was still there a few years ago under the name "Roony's Scrap Yard".
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