St. John Virgin Islands: Leinster Bay in the Afternoon

Leinster Bay
Leinster Bay

Leinster Bay was once called “Smith Bay.” The current name “Leinster Bay” was adopted by James Murphy, a St. Thomas merchant, slave trader and ship owner, who purchased Leinster Bay, and surrounding estates in 1796. The name Leinster came from the province in Ireland where his family came from.

This photo was taken from the Annaberg Sugar Mill ruins.

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