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Title:Army barracks in Devon during the French Revolution and Napoleonic Wars
Originator:Breihan, J. R.
Summary:Between 1792 and 1815 more than 200 army barracks were built across Great Britain, 20 of which were in Devon. The article describes the new barracks, their location, architecture, management, use and also what happened to them after the Napoleonic War.

Associated Monuments (19)

MDV428021-8 Ebberley Lawn, Barnstaple (Building)
MDV42840Barrack Complex, Dartmoor Prison, Princetown (Monument)
MDV20083Berry Head Fort No. 1, Brixham (Monument)
MDV20080Berry Head Fort No. 3, Brixham (Monument)
MDV42803Cavalry Barracks Hospital, Barnstaple (Building)
MDV15309Dartmoor Prison, Princetown (Building)
MDV42861Early 19th Century Army Barracks, Dodbrooke (Monument)
MDV42905Exeter, Higher Barracks (Building)
MDV42914Exeter, Higher Barracks, Barn (Building)
MDV42909Exeter, Higher Barracks, Hospital (Building)
MDV42912Exeter, Higher Barracks, Riding School (Building)
MDV75134Former Gunners' Barracks, Wyvern Barracks (Building)
MDV75135Former Gunners' Barracks, Wyvern Barracks (Building)
MDV75137Guardhouse and Former Stable at Wyvern Barracks (Building)
MDV42868Loncause Barracks, Dartington (Monument)
MDV75136Officers' House at Wyvern Barracks (Building)
MDV42915Ottery St Mary, Barracks (Monument)
MDV17322Royal Citadel, Plymouth (Monument)
MDV42903Topsham or Wyvern Barracks (Monument)