In 1900 the Rev Francis Bavin, of the United Free Methodists, located his new church, Christ Church, in the angle where the road to Hope went off to the north east and the road to the left went in a slightly more northerly direction towards Vale Royal and Trafalgar Park.
This is what I wrote in 1995 in the Jamaican Historical Society Bulletin on the Rev Francis Bavin, and the location that had borne his 'Jamaicanised' name for nearly a hundred years.
I have not found a photo of 'Babbin's Church' though I remember quite well what the little building looked like. Sometime after the church was seriously damaged by Hurricane Gilbert an appeal was made for funds to restore it. The picture on the left was an artist's impression of what the restored building would look like. Perhaps this is what the original building looked like when it was bright and new in 1900.
Daily Gleaner, December 21, 1900 Laying the foundations