Roxborough is a former estate and now a small community south of Mandeville in Manchester, Jamaica. It was the birth place of Jamaican National Hero and politician Norman Washington Manley.
History of the estate and great house 
The estate was originally called "Roxbro Castle". Over the years the great house became derelict until, despite renovation proposals, it was destroyed by fire in 1968. As of 2012 there are again proposals fron the Jamaica National Heritage Trust to restore the building.
The main economic activity is small scale agriculture in which the principle crops are corn, bananas, sugarcane, ackee and marijuana.
Notable people 
Notable people from Roxborough include: