Captain Ingham's House, Bermuda

This was once the residence of Captain John Ingham and his family. He purchased Mary Prince for £57 Bermudian currency when she and her sisters were put up for auction in Hamilton. After a terrible beating from the Captain, Mary hid "under the steps of the piazza, in front of the house" (Prince 8). Below the house is the Pembroke Marsh, which may have been where the Captain's farmlands were situated. This residence is owned by the Bermuda National Trust and is currently let on a 99-year lease.