Amity Hall, Clarendon (Vere)


Geschichte

Information obtained by the Center for the Study of Legacies of British Slave-ownership at University College London:

Rum was distilled on the domain 'Amity Hall, Clarendon (Vere)' at least between 1766 and 1808.

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Falmouth Post (Jamaica), February 27, 1877

Several awards were made to the Centennial Exhibition in Philadelphia 1876 in the Jamaica Section of the:
[...]
For Rum: Georgia Estate, Amity Hall Estate, Blue Castle Estate, New Works Estate, Lansquinet Estate, Hordley Estate.

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Handbook of Jamaica 1905:

Sugar estate in cultivation in Jamaica in the year 1903-1904

Name of estateAmity Hall
OwnerHon. J.W. Mitchell
Attorney of ownerFarquharson & Milholland
Acres cane410
Acres other363
Type of millSteam
Process of manufactureCentrifugal
Hhds * sugar330
Punchns * rum333
* 1 hoghead = 238 l, 1 puncheon = 318 l
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