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Falmouth, Jamaica

The Falmouth, Jamaica is a town. Falmouth is the chief town and capital of Trelawny parish, Jamaica. Falmouth, capital of the Parish of Trelawny, is situated on Jamaica's north coast near Montego Bay. Founded by Thomas Reid in 1769, Falmouth flourished as a county seat and market center for the Parish of Trelawny for forty years. Jamaica had become the world's leading sugar producer. The town was named after the birthplace of His Excellency Sir William Trelawny, Falmouth, Cornwall, Britain, and is noted for being one of the Caribbean's best-preserved historic towns.

Interesting places in Falmouth, Jamaica:
Mangrove (Community) - Lower Market Street   Falmouth All-Age School
The Compound (Community)   Water Square
Dragline "Draggy" (Community) or Water Lane    Falmouth Hospital
Dump Lands   Race Course (Community) or Cave Island
Falmouth Gardens Housing Scheme or "Site"   Falmouth Cemetery
Albert George Market  


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Nearest places of interest:

Race Course (Community) or Cave Island
SALTSPRING
Falmouth Cemetery
Falmouth Gardens Housing Scheme or "Site"
  Dragline "Draggy" (Community) or Water Lane
The Compound (Community)
Salt Marsh
Wilshire

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