Dartmoor Trust Archive
Preserving Dartmoor's recorded history
Admiral ParkerBarkerBarlowBattisonBaxterBentleyBoddyBowdenBuckfast AbbeyBurnardCannChapmanClarkeCollingsCopleyCreedCurnoDiBaccoDick ParkerDingleEllingworthEvansEwingFalconFernley HeathFrancis LeeFriendGedyeGuestHarrodHeathmanHurfordHyneJohn MorganJonesKen RuthLawlorLorna SmithLustleighManatonManningsMooreMoor MemoriesPetworthRedstoneRowlands DruidRuseShepherdSt Leger GordonSouth TawtonSteadStepdanceSticklepathSwiftSouthwest WaterTavistockTaylorTen TorsTony ClarkTuckerValiant SoldierViv WilsonWBBWheelerWilsonWoodWoodliffeWoodsWorth
Looking after Dartmoor's history, people and environment
00-04-1956 Grim's Grave is a kistvaen on the banks of Langcombe Brook a tributary of the River Plym one of Dartmoor's major rivers. The grave has a retaining circle of 28 feet in diameter of outward leaning stones and the chamber is well preserved. Grim is said to be another name for Satan.