Taking Braunds Back to Their Roots and CCCC Review

Pleased to be able to take the Braund Reunion party back to the farms where the Braunds are first recorded. Saw the outside of Keneland, Black Torrington – home of William Braund in 1525 and then once again enjoyed the hospitality of the owners of Braundsworthy Farm, leased by the Braunds in 1565. Couldn’t get the full impact of Black Torrington Church because of the art exhibition but here we are outside.

Online review of Coffers, Clysters, Comfrey and Coifs on British Genes


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