Manchester

Location: South-central Jamaica
Capital: MANDEVILLE

The parish of Manchester was named after Colonel William Montague – the 5th Duke of Manchester, who was the Governor of Jamaica when the parish was created in 1814. It is located in south-central Jamaica and is mountainous . . . having three mountain ranges; it is also the site with one of the largest deposits of bauxite in the island. Manchester is known for its bauxite, cattle, and citrus. … Read More [Wiki]

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