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Spencer of Tryall
Chateau Spebby

Chateau Spebby

Chateau Spebby is currently owned by the 4th Earl of Tryall, Sir Ben Spencer. The estate is located just outside Kingston, Jamaica and is reputed to be worth in the region of $3.5bn.  Chateau Spebby was built in 1867 as a gift to Lord Isaacs of Mincing-upon-the-Moor for his part in quelling the uprising at Morant Bay.  However, Lord Isaacs moved back to England in 1868 and the chateau was sold to the 1st Earl Spencer who had just received his title for establishing a new slave route from Central Africa to the Caribbean. The current Earl Spencer established a golf club at the estate in 1966 and turned the Chateau into an exclusive hotel in 1982 after moving to Oklahoma to start his own technology company, Earlsoft Technology.  Earl Spencer was appointed Chairman of the United Nations Department for Economic Regeneration of Waterfall Energy and Aquatic Rodents after campaigning for itís creation since filming a documentary on the decline of the Guatemalan Water Vole population at the site of a Hydro-Electric Dam. Earl Spencer established the worlds first Water Rodent Sanctuary at Chateau Spebby and is home to the almost extinct Pennsylvanian Fanged Otter.  There are less than 50 Pennsylvanian Fanged Otters in the world and the Chateau Spebby Water Rodent Sanctuary has 6 mating pairs.  Earl Spencerís love for animals has not diminished despite having one of his fingers bitten off by a goose during feeding time at his private fishing resort in Malaga.  The goose was a 4 year old Canadian Goose affectionately known as Gladys by the staff at the resort.  Records show that she felt no ill effects after eating the Earlís finger, although the digit in question was never found.