Trinity Ville is a settlement in Jamaica. It has a population of 2,894 as of 2009.
Saint Thomas, once known as Saint Thomas in the East, is a suburban parish situated at the south eastern end of Jamaica, within the county of Surrey. It is the birthplace of the Right Honourable Paul Bogle, designated in 1969 as one of Jamaica's seven National Heroes. Morant Bay, its chief town and capital, is the site of the Morant Bay Rebellion in 1865, of which Bogle was a leader.
Kingston is one of the 14 Parishes of Jamaica. Together with neighbouring St. Andrew Parish, it makes up the amalgamated Municipal Unit of Kingston and St. Andrew Corporation. The city of Kingston is the parish and national capital.
The Jamaica Province of the Moravian Church is part of the worldwide Moravian Church Unity.
The Otram River, formerly the Port Maria River or the Port Maria Western River, is a river in Saint Mary Parish, Jamaica. It reaches the sea in the parish capital of Port Maria and contributes to flooding in that town.
Edinburgh Castle, an estate and now ruined great house in St Ann, was built by Jamaica's earliest recorded serial killer, Lewis Hutchinson. It had two circular, loopholed towers diagonally at opposite corners. The ruins are on the list of National Heritage Sites in Jamaica.
Golden Grove is a settlement in the parish of Saint Thomas, Jamaica. Historically a sugar plantation, it had a population of 3,057 in 2009.
Guy's Hill is a settlement in Jamaica. It has a population of 3,198 as of 2009.
Highgate is a settlement in Jamaica. It has a population of 5,474 as of 2009.
Hope Bay is a settlement in Jamaica. It had a population of 1,646 as of 2009.
Islington is a settlement in Jamaica. It has a population of 2,897 as of 2009.
Kellits is a settlement in Jamaica. It has a population of 2,658 as of 2009.
Manchioneal is a settlement in Jamaica. It has a population of 2,292 as of 2009. It is located towards the eastern end in Portland Parish. The town got its name from the Manchioneel tree, a plant located exclusively along the coastline in the community. The major sources of income for residents are fishing and farming. The community has a bay known as Manchioneal Bay, where fishing boats can be seen anchored along the shore. The community includes an all-age school, a post office, a police station and several churches. Major attractions in close proximity include Reach Falls and other nearby beaches. Notable Jamaicans born in Manchioneal include Philip Manderson Sherlock (1902-2000) ( and Father Hugh Braham Sherlock
Nain is a settlement in Jamaica. It has a population of 2,331 as of 2009.
Osbourne Store is a settlement in Jamaica. It had a population of 3932 as of 2009.
Race Course is a settlement in Clarendon Parish in Jamaica. It has a population of 3,003 as of 2009. It is 34 mi west of Kingston, Jamaica, the capital city.
Riversdale is a settlement in Jamaica. It has a population of 4,408 as of 2009.
Seaforth is a settlement in Jamaica. It has a population of 4,548 as of 2009.
Stony Hill is a residential neighbourhood in St. Andrew Parish, Surrey County, on the northern outskirts of Kingston, Jamaica. As of 2009 it had a population of 8,388.
American International School of Kingston (AISK) is an American international school located on College Green in Kingston, Jamaica. it is a private day school that is open to both male and female students of all nationalities. The mascot is a hurricane.
The Holy Trinity Cathedral is a religious building belonging to the Roman Catholic Church located in downtown Kingston, the capital, and most populous city, in the Caribbean island nation of Jamaica. It is located between North Street and George Headley Drive.
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