According to legend, Mahogany Hall in Trelawny, Jamaica, derives its name from the house so-named and built by a British Captain near a Mahogany tree where he found (and fell in love with) a Spanish senorita who was hiding there during while the British were chasing the Spaniards from the island.

in 1840 the Jamaica Almanac reports that it consisted of 1914 acres and belonged to the heirs of Sir Simon H. Clarke, who also owned Hampshire and Long Pond.


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