Dartmoor prisoners Reference ADM 103/511 The table links to images –all are easily read –but any problems please contact me. They give the following; General entry No . Names , Quality ,i.e. soldier etc. Ship or Corps.
The list below is sorted by the first letter of the surname only.
Please note that when the original was compiled it was in rather a haphazard manner so several letters appear again at the end.
Lastly some page numbers don't link to images they are represented in the original as blank pages.
original in PFD
A 1 2 B 3 B/C 4 5 C/D 6 7 E 8 E/F 9 10
11 G 12 13 H 14 15 I/J 16 17 K 18 19 L 20
21 M 22 23 N 24 25 O 26 27 P 28 29 30
Q 31 32 R 33 34 S 35 36 T 37 38 39 U 40
41 V 42 43 W 44 45 46 X/Y 47 48 Z/A 49 A/B 50
51 52 53 54 C 55 56 57 D 58 59 60
F 61 62 63 64 G 65 66 67 H 68 69 70
I/J 71 72 73 74 L 75 76 M 77 78 79 80
81 82 P 83 84 85 R 86 87 88 S 89 90
91 92 S/T 93 94 95 W 96 97 98 99 A 100
101 102 103 B 104 105 106 107 108 109 C 110
111 112 113 114 115 116 H 117 118    
                   
Dartmoor has received more attention due to the massacre and the links below provide much information both on that and the project to restore the graves of the fallen.

Dennis Segelquist site gives in-depth information both on prisoners in general and the massacre in particular see page 1 and page 2.

I’ve included a list of “death certificates” for some of those who died including those killed during the massacre – however it does not cover all there appear to be 42 missing. It is worth checking as it provides further information on those who died or, in seven cases, escaped.

Niles’ Weekly Register for Saturday July 8, 1815 carries a report of the massacre.



The restoration project and records compiled by Ron Joy and Ira Dye