The Braund Museum

We have a collection of artefacts relating to the Braund family. These have been purchased using society donations and subscriptions, or have been given to us for safe-keeping. We display these at reunions and family history fairs whenever possible. A small selection are illustrated below. We are also aware of many similar heirlooms in private hands and we would welcome details, so that they may be included in this virtual museum along with others shown here. If you can help, please contact us.

Click on each image for more information. There is a catalogue of the items that are pictured
here. This will help you if you are searching for artefacts relating to a particular person or branch. You can find out more about the branches of the Braund family here.

More items are being added all the time, please revisit this page and watch our museum grow. 

A Sampler worked by Sophia Braund 1820-1868 Branch 1 - in private hands
Longcase clock made by John Braund of Hatherleigh 1784-1851 Branch 7
Tea Tin from Frederick Braund's shop in Armidale, Australia branch 1 - in teh Braund Museum
Stoneware bottle for H Braund of Ilfracombe branch 15
Sundial carved by Samuel Braund branch 6
Tea Caddy made by Jesse Braund 1793-1877 for his sister-in-law Catherine Stevens  Branch 5 - in the Braund Museum
Leonard Braunds dog-tags branch 2
Second World War Medals of Edward Ernest Braund 1905-1977 Branch 18 - in the Braund Museum
Mary Ann Braund's sampler branch 3
Clock presented to John Braund branch 7 - in the Braund Museum
Putter from the shop of Leonard Charles Braund 1875-1955, cricketer, Branch 8 - in the Braund Museum
Stoneware jar of Albert Braund branch 24
Certificate awarded to Ernest Brawn branch 9
Decorative oars belonging to Henry Benedict Linthwaite Braund branch 1
1912-1990 Branch 1 - in the Braund Museum
Medal awarded to William Braund 1904-1980 Branch 2 by the Royal National Lifeboat Institution
Receipt for Ralph Allin Braund's shop 1871-1948 Branch 5
Music written by William Alfred Braund 1857-1938 aka Wilfred Mills Branch 18
Inscription in Vennings Directory owned by Richard Brawn 1835-1898 Branch 9