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The Barrett family was a wealthy and influential landowning family in Jamaica during the British colonial period. They owned extensive properties in western Jamaica, including the Rose Hall Great House in St. James Parish. The Barretts were also involved in sugar and other agricultural production, and they played a significant role in the Jamaican economy.

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