Towns in Jamaica - Places In Jamaica with the the word 'town' in it.
As a follow up to our fun list places in Jamaica with PEN names, I now present you all the TOWNS in Jamaica :-)
*** NOTE: For a listing of the actual towns in Jamaica, click here
Meaning, all the place names in Jamaica that has the word 'town' in it; for example "Albert Town" in the parish of Trelawny or "Panton Town" in St. Thomas.
Thanks again to my dependable researcher, Devin Saunds-Dunkley, who did all this invaluable work.
We have listed them alphabetically by parish. And by the way, from my count I get sixty nine (69)!
So, are you ready?
Good! Here we go:
Now which parish has the most 'Town'?
Who said that Kingston is 'Town' :-)
Big up to St. Ann - The parish with the most towns!
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