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- Tags: Cemeteries - Jamaica
The cemetery in the Newcastle settlement in St. Andrew.
Slight sketch of the necropolis near Fort Augusta, 1826
Drawing of cemetery near the Fort Augusta coast, nestled among large trees and palms.
Column twisted on pedestal, Charleston Cemetery
Column shifted by earthquake in 1907.
New cemetery for earthquake victims
Mass burial of earthquake victims, located in a section of the Bumper Hall property, adjoining the May Pen Cemetery.
Mile Gully - The Church
The St. George's Anglican Church in Mile Gully, Manchester, with a burial ground on the church property. The church in modern day has been reputed as the "Duppy Church."
Old burial ground, Half Way Tree
The walls of an old burial ground in Half Way Tree, St. Andrew.
Hunt's Bay burial ground
Tombs at the derelict Hunt Bay cemetery in Kingston, Jamaica.
Crosses and large coconut trees at a burial site in Jamaica. Multiple mounds of dirt are at the site where the dead have been buried.
Inside view of wall - burial ground, Half Way Tree
A view inside an old burial ground in Half Way Tree, St. Andrew. The graves are covered by bushes.
A view of Tom Redcam Drive, Kingston, 1980
The top of Tom Redcam Drive in the parish of Kingston, Jamaica.