Not all of the 140 Americans convicted (and not hung) for participating in the Battle of the Windmill were sent to Tasmania. The British pardoned 59 young Hunters and sent them home in April of 1838. Some of the wounded were sent home without trial. Only 60 men captured at the windmill were sent to Tasmania, along with 30 other Americans captured in other Hunter/Patriot raids in 1838. See Guns Across the River by Donald Graves for details on each prisoner.