Surrey County, Jamaica
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In 1758 the island's 3 counties Surrey, Middlesex and Cornwall were created to facilitate more convenient holdings of courts of Justice. Surrey has 4 parishes Kingston, the capital and smallest parish, St. Andrew, St. Thomas and Portland. Surrey is the easternmost and the smallest by area of the three historic counties into which Jamaica is divided. It includes .
The county of Surrey is shown in yellow.
Jamaica's three counties were established in 1758 to facilitate the holding of courts along the lines of the British County court system.  Surrey was named after the English county in which Kingston upon Thames is found. Kingston was its county town.
|11||Kingston Parish(1) (2)||21.8||96,052||Kingston|
|13||Saint Andrew(1)||430.7||555,828||Half Way Tree|
|14||Saint Thomas||742.8||91,604||Morant Bay|
(1) Kingston Parish and Saint Andrew Parish together form Kingston and St Andrew Corporation.
(2) Kingston Parish does not encompass all of Kingston.