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Map showing places and some property owners in Trelawny

Trelawny was originally a part of St. James. On December 29, 1770, the Governor Sir William Trelawny signed a Writ declaring the division of the parish into St. James and Trelawny. A history of Trelawny is on this site at History of Trelawny

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