The parish of Hanover was formed out of St. Elizabeth and Westmoreland on November 12, 1793. It was named for the reigning monarch on the British throne who was from the House of Hanover in Germany. The capital town Lucea has been known by many names – Sant Lucea, St. Lucia and St. Lucea.
The Chester Castle Post Office in the parish of Hanover.
The front view of the Ramble Post Office in Hanover.
An imposing two-storey building, housing the hospital in Lucea Hanover. There are other out buildings on the grounds fenced with barbed wire.