Devon Family History Society.
Large database with quarterly magazine. Good library and many helpful
publications. Research facilities at The Tree House, Unit
3b-4b, 7-9 King Street,Exeter, Devon. http://www.devonfhs.org.uk
The Braunds proliferated in the North Devon area from the
fifteenth century, later particularly around the coastal
coombe of Bucks Mills. One branch of the North Devon
Prances have a close connection with the Braunds. It is a
very active Society and the families are well documented.
Through the internet has world wide membership. Contact
Janet Few, The Braund Society, Coles Manning, Buckland
Brewer, Bideford, Devon. EX395L or
This a mailbox for anyone wanting to exchange information
with other subscribers and an online resource with
specific relevance to Devon Genealogy. To subscribe send
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word of caution, this is a very busy site and you may
receive over fifty messages a day, very few of which may
be of interest, but it does reach a wide range of
interested people. You can unsubscribe whenever you wish.
Devon GENUKI web
This contains information about each and every Devon
parish, as well as being related to the country as a
whole. It has a large collection of bibliographical
references, information about the location of parish
registers and is a good companion site to the one above.