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#1 15-09-2021 09:35:16

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The ancient Buckingham skeleton may have been a family.

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A councilman is "desperate" to find out that his relatives are among the Anglo skeletons. Possible Saxon? some of which were tied behind their hands was found at the construction site The bodies were revealed in December during a pre-work excavation at a planned nursing home at West End Farm on Brackley Road in Buckingham.

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Robin Stuchbury believes his family members may have been at the burial site.The current land development and remains inspection work has stopped.This discovery describes "Probably the largest discovery of death row prisoners in southern England during the Anglo-Saxon period" by Ed Grimsdale, historian of the Buckingham

Old Gaol Museum and the Buckingham Society.However, according to the Local Democracy Reporting Service, Work on the planned development has been stopped.Mr Stuchbury, a Buckingham West Labor Party member in Buckinghamshire Council. told the Cabinet planning meeting that “Personally, I'm desperate. And my residents are desperate to know their own history.

As a local kid I may have relatives in that hole. Or maybe there were relatives who buried them in the pit. I think I need to find My family has been here since years. 1086…and if it's Anglo Saxon or Viking It might be related to my family.  He asked for clarification on what happened at the site and said: "I understand that some investigations have Suspended

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