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A small train and its carriages - on wheels not a track - takes fare paying passengers via a stop here to the City Hall and various other vantage points for visitors nearby. On January 7, 2014 it amalgamated with and on April 22, 2014 changed its name. But to avoid a busiest times of the main road, pick an evening before dark or a weekend.
A local colloquialism, it refers to the northern end of the city which abuts Pembroke March. See White's Island on your left in the harbor, also cruise ships or other vessels passing by.
Later, there was the large Hamilton Hotel, where the City Hall and its Car Park are now.
It was easily the largest in Bermuda but was burnt down over four decades ago and never rebuilt.
(It is not clear whether she had any children but the Colonial Society of Massachusetts newsletter number 336 of March 1902 says Governor and Mrs.
Hamilton had one child, Mary Anne Pierpoint, who died unmarried on December 12, 1871).
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Also, it is superb as a place to watch the annual illuminated boat parade, every December just before Christmas. This almost led to war between the US & UK and was a basis for the defence of the slaves from the Amistad. It is nice for a picnic, with seating in a waterside garden setting. There is access for the healthy and those in wheelchairs, via an incline.
There, he got married, at the age of 61, to a young English girl, Elizabeth Lee, on March 19, 1795, only four months after his arrival.
She was 25 years old and the daughter of a Colonel Lee, of Banbury, Oxfordshire, England.
While still Governor of Dominica, he died in Antigua where he had gone for treatment because of his declining health.
He was unique in British colonial history - the only Governor of three separate places, especially popular in the last two.
His great grandfather was Sir Frederick Hamilton, Baron Paisley and Governor of Ulster, a position which necessitated a change of residence from Scotland to Ireland for the family and resulted in Henry's birth a century later. He was commissioned into the 15th Regiment of Foot in the British Army.