Browse Items (39 total) Collection: Trelawny, Jamaica Browse All Browse by Tag Search Items Browse References of 4 Next Page Sort by: TitleCreatorDate Added A view of Falmouth from the sea, 1935 A view of Falmouth showing houses in an upscale residential area, and a section of a roadway. Falmouth Town Hall the day after fire, 1926 A burnt out section of the Falmouth Town Hall after a fire in 1926. Tags: Disasters - Jamaica; Falmouth (Trelawny, Jamaica); Fires - Jamaica; Trelawny (Jamaica) Falmouth taken from the Church Tower A panoramic view of Falmouth, capital of Trelawny, Jamaica showing Georgian type houses, palm trees, ships in the harbour and the Coastline. Stewart Town Trelawny Photograph of the landscape of Stewart Town, Trelawny, Jamaica Staff and students of William Knibb High school in Falmouth The image shows staff and students of the William Knibb Memorial High School in Falmouth, Trelawny. The staff are seated while students stand in the front and back.The school is seen in the background. Mann's Hill Chapel, Rio Bueno, Trelawny Drawing of the Mann's Hill Chapel located on a hill in Rio Bueno, Trelawny. Another building is at the foot of the hill. Waldensia Chapel, Valley of Piedmont, Trelawny The Waldensia Chapel - a two storey building with many windows on the top floor surrounded by lush vegetation. Falmouth Baptist Chapel The Falmouth Baptist Chapel with the dates 1837-1925 imposed at the top. To its right is a photograph of Rev. William Knibb with the dates 1825-1845 at the bottom, followed by Born 1803, Died 1845. Falmouth Prison and Poor House Falmouth prison and poor house next to each other on a large expanse of land. View of the town and harbour of Falmouth taken from above Florence Hall Florence hall is located in Trelawny Jamaica. It is a short distance from Montego Bay and the International airport. Florence Hall, once welcomed close to 30 ships in one day. of 4 Next Page Featured Item Portrait of Miss Lou An autographed portrait of Louise Bennett.