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- Tags: Monuments and memorials - Jamaica
"Rodney Memorial, Spanish Town, erected to commemorate Admiral George Brydges Rodney’s victory over the French fleet at the Battle of The Saintes in 1782."
Cenotaph in memory of the sons of Portland who made the supreme sacrifice in the Great World War, 1914-1918. It is located along William and West streets in the Portland square. A list of the names of these men is also listed on the cenotaph.
Cenotaph erected before the Morant Bay Courthouse in St. Thomas, to commemorate the lives of those from the parish who died in the First World War.
Scores of citizens and military personnel gather for the official ceremony for the unveiling of the World War Cenotaph on Church Street in Downtown, Kingston, held on Armistice Day on November 11, 1923. It was erected for Jamaican men who lost their…
Clocktower above the Albert George Market in the Falmouth Water Square. It was built in 1894.