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Historical Markers and War Memorials in Glynn County, Georgia

Clickable Map of Glynn County, Georgia and Immediately Adjacent Jurisdictions image/svg+xml 2019-10-06 U.S. Census Bureau, Abe.suleiman; Lokal_Profil;; J.J.Prats/dc:title> Glynn County, GA (152) Brantley County, GA (2) Camden County, GA (45) McIntosh County, GA (55) Wayne County, GA (4)  GlynnCounty(152) Glynn County (152)  BrantleyCounty(2) Brantley County (2)  CamdenCounty(45) Camden County (45)  McIntoshCounty(55) McIntosh County (55)  WayneCounty(4) Wayne County (4)
Adjacent to Glynn County, Georgia
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1Georgia (Glynn County), Broadfield — 063-22 — Boys Estate(Elizafield Plantation) ←—1/2 mi.—«
Boys Estate, Georgia's town just for boys, is located one-half mile west of here, on a part of historic Elizafield Plantation. Elizafield, first the home of Dr. Robert Grant, later of his son, Hugh Fraser Grant, was one of the rich River . . . — Map (db m12081) HM
2Georgia (Glynn County), Broadfield — 063-23 — Hopeton-on-the-AltamahaHome of James Hamilton Couper »— 1.4 mi. →
Hopeton Plantation, of which Altama is a part, lies about 1.4 miles West of here. A model rice and sugar Plantation of the early 19th century, described in books by several travelers from Europe, Hopeton is best remembered as the home of James . . . — Map (db m12128) HM
3Georgia (Glynn County), Brunswick — Bernice Echols GrantPreservation Pioneer — City of Brunswick —
Service to the Community Bernice Echols Grant came to Brunswick as Glynn County’s Extension Agent in 1927. She was instrumental in reorganizing the county’s garden club program, and provided design guidance for the landscape of the Historic . . . — Map (db m155743) HM
4Georgia (Glynn County), Brunswick — Brunswick Stew
The first Brunswick Stew was made here in the Brunswick - Golden Isles area in early colonial days. It remains an American Favorite. — Map (db m16615) HM
5Georgia (Glynn County), Brunswick — Brunswick's "Liberty Ships"
During World War II, the J.A. Jones Construction Company operated a plant approx. 1 mile south of this point on Brunswick's waterfront. Between 1942 and 1944, a skilled labor force of over 16,000 men and women worked in service to the Allied war . . . — Map (db m12046) HM
6Georgia (Glynn County), Brunswick — Capt. Mark Carr1702 – 1767 — Brunswick’s First Settler —
Came to Georgia in 1738 as an officer in the English forces located on St. Simons Island: Established a plantation known as "Carr’s Fields" and maintained a military outpost on the site of the City of Brunswick; assisted in repelling the Spanish . . . — Map (db m155230) HM
7Georgia (Glynn County), Brunswick — 63-5 — Colored Memorial School and Risley High School
Brunswick's first public school for African Americans opened in 1870 as the Freedmen's School, later changed to Risley School to honor Captain Douglas Gilbert Risley, who raised funds for the school's construction. In 1923 the adjacent building, . . . — Map (db m24680) HM
8Georgia (Glynn County), Brunswick — Dedicated to the Veterans of 1898 -1902
“You triumphed over obstacles which would have overcome men less brave and determined” President McKinley Hiker of ’98 (On base of soldier) Dedicated to the Veterans of 1898 -1902 By the Department of Georgia and . . . — Map (db m62953) WM
9Georgia (Glynn County), Brunswick — Emanuel United Methodist Church1800
Begun in year 1800 as New Hope Methodist Church on Laurel Grove Plantation 2 miles S. present site. 1833 original building moved to this site and name changed to Emanuel. Hand hewn pillars and wooden pegs are visible. 1799 George Clark, sent by . . . — Map (db m14443) HM
10Georgia (Glynn County), Brunswick — 063-21 — Glynn County
Glynn County, one of the eight original Counties of Georgia, was organized under the 1777 Constitution of the State of Georgia. It was named in honor of John Glynn, a member of the British House of Commons who defended the cause of the American . . . — Map (db m12226) HM
11Georgia (Glynn County), Brunswick — Glynn County War Memorial
Upper tablet: Dedicated to The men of Glynn County who served their country and to those named who gave their lives for the preservation of liberty and freedom Wreath emblem 1917 The World War 1918 Arnold, Carle . . . — Map (db m13130) WM
12Georgia (Glynn County), Brunswick — James Edward Oglethorpe
In memory of James Edward Oglethorpe Founder of the province now the state of Georgia Soldier philanthropist and lover of his fellowmen most ardently those of poor estate Born 1696 • Died 1785 Erected by the efforts of Capt. . . . — Map (db m155234) HM
13Georgia (Glynn County), Brunswick — Jekyll Square East — City of Brunswick —
Jekyll Square, originally called “Jekyll Place,” was named after Sir Joseph Jekyll (1663-1738), a member of British parliament. He was a friend of General Oglethorpe – founder of Georgia – and a financial supporter of the . . . — Map (db m155627) HM
14Georgia (Glynn County), Brunswick — Jekyll Square West — City of Brunswick —
Jekyll Square, originally called “Jekyll Place,” was named after Sir Joseph Jekyll (1663-1738), a member of British parliament. He was a friend of General Oglethorpe—founder of Georgia—and a financial supporter of the . . . — Map (db m155620) HM
15Georgia (Glynn County), Brunswick — 063-10 — Lanier's Oak←—«
During his visits to Brunswick in the 1870`s Sidney Lanier, Georgia's greatest poet, frequently sat beneath this live oak tree and looked out over "a world of marsh that borders a world of sea." Here he received the inspiration which resulted in . . . — Map (db m12300) HM
16Georgia (Glynn County), Brunswick — Lanier's Oak
'neath this gracious tree stood Sidney Lanier and under inspiration of the oak and the marsh wrote The Marshes Of Glynn " I will heartily lay me a-hold on the greatness of God : Oh, like to the greatness of God is the greatness . . . — Map (db m12554) HM
17Georgia (Glynn County), Brunswick — Liberty Tree
Liberty Tree Planted by Brunswick Chapter D.A.R. 1906 With soil from the forty-nine states and territories — Map (db m155242) HM WM
18Georgia (Glynn County), Brunswick — Machen Square EastCity of Brunswick
Machen Square originally called “Machen Place,” is the northernmost of the original colonial squares along Newcastle Street. For the century of the city’s existence, there was little development on either side of Machen Square. In the . . . — Map (db m155733) HM
19Georgia (Glynn County), Brunswick — Machen Square East — City of Brunswick —
The Journey Back to Machen Square In January, 1958, the First National Bank of Brunswick sold its landmark building (left) on Machen Square West to the S.H. Kress Company, and the 64-year-old structure was demolished. The owner of the . . . — Map (db m155869) HM
20Georgia (Glynn County), Brunswick — Machen Square West — City of Brunswick —
Machen Square originally called “Machen Place,” is the northernmost of the original colonial squares along Newcastle Street. For the century of the city’s existence, there was little development on either side of Machen Square. In the . . . — Map (db m155648) HM
21Georgia (Glynn County), Brunswick — 063-1 — Mark Carr←—«
Brunswick's first settler came to Georgia in 1738 with Oglethorpe's regiment. He was granted 500 acres at this place, on which he established his plantation. Several tabby buildings erected by him stood nearby and a military outpost was . . . — Map (db m12429) HM
22Georgia (Glynn County), Brunswick — Queen SquareNortheast Quadrant — City of Brunswick —
British humanitarian, leader and military commander, James Edward Oglethorpe (1696-1785), is credited as the founder of Georgia. His plan for the city of Savannah, later adapted for the design of Brunswick, included ample public green space. His . . . — Map (db m155520) HM
23Georgia (Glynn County), Brunswick — Queen SquareSouthwest Quadrant — City of Brunswick —
Queen Square was named by colonial era founders of the city to honor the ruling queens of England. It was the most commercialized of the 14 original city squares. Setting a Precedent In the late 1870s, Brunswick’s fortunes improved and . . . — Map (db m155531) HM
24Georgia (Glynn County), Brunswick — Queen SquareNorthwest Quadrant — City of Brunswick —
Queen Square was named by colonial era founders of the city to honor the ruling queens of England. It was the most commercialized of the 14 original city squares. Parks vs Prosperity By the 1870s, the railroads, booming forest . . . — Map (db m155554) HM
25Georgia (Glynn County), Brunswick — Queen SquareSoutheast Quadrant — City of Brunswick —
Queen Square was named by Colonial era founders of the city to honor the ruling queens of England. The southeastern quadrant of Queen Square was home to the Brunswick Fire Department from 1876 to 1932. Tinderbox Town Brunswick’s . . . — Map (db m155558) HM
26Georgia (Glynn County), Brunswick — 063-2 — Sidney LanierGeorgia's Greatest Poet »—→
Was a guest in this home on many occasions in the 1870's. It was then the residence of his wife's brother, Henry C. Day. On these visits Lanier became acquainted with "The Marshes of Glynn" which he immortalized. — Map (db m12390) HM
27Georgia (Glynn County), Brunswick — The State of Georgia Salutes
Upper right corner is the Prisoner of War and Missing in Action (POW/MIA) emblem • The 77,000 Georgians who served in World War I; the 1,937 KIA; 3,319 WIA; 67 Ex-POWs and 54 MIA • The 324,373 Georgians who served in World War II; . . . — Map (db m72025) WM
28Georgia (Glynn County), Brunswick — Union SchoolBrookman Community
This one room school house provided elementary education, grades Kindergarten through Eighth, to the Brookman Community from the year 1907 to 1955. This structure is an example of early African-American Vernacular. In the early years of the . . . — Map (db m107074) HM
29Georgia (Glynn County), Brunswick — World War II Memorial
Dedicated to the gallant sailors of the U.S. Merchant Marine and the U.S. Navy Armed Guard, who sailed, fought and died on those famous Liberty Ships and other merchant ships of the U.S. Maritime Service. This community is forever grateful . . . — Map (db m11775) HM
30Georgia (Glynn County), Jekyll Island — Wanderer Memory TrailA Family Learning Experience
Honoring the Survivors of the Slave Ship Wanderer The Wanderer survivors were among the last known groups of enslaved Africans smuggled into America. Their footsteps still echo along the Georgia coast and throughout America . . . — Map (db m149405) HM
31Georgia (Glynn County), Jekyll Island — A Winter City
Under the original landscape plan, 50 plots of land were laid out around the Clubhouse in a very community-oriented fashion. However, not all of the members chose to build their own cottages on these plots. Over the years a thriving . . . — Map (db m115070) HM
32Georgia (Glynn County), Jekyll Island — All Work and No Play
With only drive and ambition, Frank Henry Goodyear rose from a $35-per-month bookkeeper to the head of a vast lumber, coal, iron, and railroad empire. Far from viewing Jekyll Island as a place to escape the stresses of business, Goodyear took . . . — Map (db m115120) HM
33Georgia (Glynn County), Jekyll Island — Arriving on This Island
They came by water. Long before the present-day causeway was built, the only way to reach Jekyll Island was by boat. Large steam-powered vessels from the North such as the Mallory Steamship Line delivered Club staff and sundry personal items . . . — Map (db m115064) HM
34Georgia (Glynn County), Jekyll Island — Beach AccessHistoric St. Andrews Beach
From the late-1800s until the mid-1960s, Jim Crow laws enforced racial segregation in the South. These laws prevented African Americans from enjoying equal access to the same public spaces as white people, including restaurants, buses, schools, . . . — Map (db m115140) HM
35Georgia (Glynn County), Jekyll Island — Brunswick Across the Sound
Gateway and supplier to Jekyll Island was the busy port of Brunswick. Located at the mouth of the East River and accessible to even the largest ocean-going vessels, its docks and warehouses were laden with cargo. Railways eager to . . . — Map (db m115057) HM
36Georgia (Glynn County), Jekyll Island — Captain Clarks CottageJekyll Island Museum
Loyalty & Untiring Devotion James Clark was Captain of boats for the Jekyll Island Club. Over his 40 year tenure he saw many changes that shaped his life. People relied upon him and his launch to transport them and their supplies to and . . . — Map (db m155955) HM
37Georgia (Glynn County), Jekyll Island — 63-29 — Captain Wylly Road
There were two Captain Wyllys in the history of Jekyll. It is believed the road was named for Charles Spalding Wylly (1836- 1923), Captain in the Confederate Army, 1st Georgia Regulars, a descendant of Clement Martin, who was granted on April 5, . . . — Map (db m17228) HM
38Georgia (Glynn County), Jekyll Island — Cherokee Cottage
Constructed in 1904, this Italian Renaissance style cottage, which contained 20 rooms and 6 baths, was designed and built for Dr. George Frederick Shrady and his wife, Hester. In 1925 Hester Shrady sold the cottage to Walter B. James, then president . . . — Map (db m164471) HM
39Georgia (Glynn County), Jekyll Island — Childhood in an Island Paradise
The corridor of Pier Road was not only the hub of service for the Jekyll Island Club, it was also the heart of the community for countless employees. Yes, here you would find a taxidermy shop, upholstery shop, coal storage, woodsheds and . . . — Map (db m115093) HM
40Georgia (Glynn County), Jekyll Island — 063-38 — Confederate Battery
In 1861, Confederate battery positions on Jekyll Island were equipped with one 42-pounder gun and four 32-pounder navy guns en barbette, each having about 60 rounds of shot and shell. Casemates, hot shot furnace and magazines are recorded, also. Of . . . — Map (db m17187) HM
41Georgia (Glynn County), Jekyll Island — Enigma of the IslandPulitzer-Albright Cottage Site — Jekyll Island Museum —
Joseph Pulitzer was one of the first 53 charter members of the Jekyll Island Club. He purchased his shares from Newton Finney, the Club’s mastermind. Among the members of the Club, Pulitzer was an anomaly. He was a Democrat, whereas . . . — Map (db m155911) HM
42Georgia (Glynn County), Jekyll Island — Evolution of EleganceThe Clubhouse — Jekyll Island —
At the heart of any luxury resort or vacation retreat is sumptuous lodging. When the Jekyll Island Club incorporated in 1885, they knew that the success of the Club depended on a splendid but simple elegant Clubhouse. The Dubignon farmhouse . . . — Map (db m17262) HM
43Georgia (Glynn County), Jekyll Island — Fairbank Cottage SiteThe Most Desirable Site
The brick outline that you see in front of you marks the former Location of Fairbank Cottage. When Chicago manufacturer Nathaniel Kellogg Fairbank purchased the lot in 1889, he was excited about the possibilities of his new cottage. Fairbank . . . — Map (db m115121) HM
44Georgia (Glynn County), Jekyll Island — First Transcontinental Call
First Transcontinental Telephone call was submitted by a telephone of this type January 25, 1915. Mr. Theodore N. Vail, President American Telephone and Telegraph Company talked from Jekyll Island, Georgia to Mr. Alexander Graham Bell, inventor of . . . — Map (db m18494) HM
45Georgia (Glynn County), Jekyll Island — Great Dunes: A Golf Tradition
The game of golf was originally mentioned among a variety of outdoor recreations when the Jekyll Island Club was formed in 1866. The first rounds were finally played on Jekyll Island in 1899. It was only the beginning of a long tradition of the . . . — Map (db m119533) HM
46Georgia (Glynn County), Jekyll Island — Horton House
William Horton, " Undersheriff of Herefordshire," England came to Georgia in 1736. He built this building for his plantation residence and it was his home until his death in 1749. Major Horton succeeded Oglethorpe as Commander of the Regiment . . . — Map (db m18431) HM
47Georgia (Glynn County), Jekyll Island — Horton House Harvest
Jekyll Island’s plentiful resources provided what was needed to feed and support those who lived here. When Major William Horton first arrived on Jekyll Island in 1736 to inspect his land grant, he “found the land exceedingly rich.” . . . — Map (db m156861) HM
48Georgia (Glynn County), Jekyll Island — Horton House Historic SiteBuilding a Home to Last — Jekyll Island —
William Horton worked and lived on this island until his death in 1748. He made numerous improvements to the land, unfortunately many of these buildings have been lost to time, and hidden by the sandy soil. Horton completed the tabby . . . — Map (db m17263) HM
49Georgia (Glynn County), Jekyll Island — Horton House Historic Sitethe French Emigré — Jekyll Island —
By the end of the 18th century, William Horton's small farm had become a large and prosperous plantation. After Horton's death, the island had several owners prior to the arrival of Christophe Anne Poulain du Bignon in 1791. Christophe . . . — Map (db m17338) HM
50Georgia (Glynn County), Jekyll Island — Horton House Historic SiteEuropean Influence — Jekyll Island —
William Horton decided to travel to Georgia with General James Oglethorpe in 1735. Unlike many passengers on the ship, Symond, he paid for his passage to America from England. Horton was granted 500 acres in return for paying for his . . . — Map (db m17342) HM
51Georgia (Glynn County), Jekyll Island — Horton House Historic SiteWarehouse Ruins — Jekyll Island —
Jekyll Island was vey isolated from St. Simons and Brunswick in the 18th & 19th centuries. Due to this isolation the du Bignon family was mostly self-sufficient, as were previous owners of the island such as William Horton. What is now . . . — Map (db m17445) HM
52Georgia (Glynn County), Jekyll Island — Horton House Historic SiteA Legacy Continues — The du Bignon Family —
The plantation that Christophe Du Bignon established at the beginning of the nineteeth century had its good and bad years. When Christophe's youngest son, Henri, married Ann Amelia Nicolau in 1808, they were given 40 acres of planted . . . — Map (db m18617) HM
53Georgia (Glynn County), Jekyll Island — Horton House Historic SiteFrom Forest to Plantation — Jekyll Island Museum —
The history of the island is tied very closely to the land. From the very beginning of William Horton’s occupation on the island the land was cultivated – first by indentured servants, then later under Christophe du Bignon’s ownership, . . . — Map (db m156843) HM
54Georgia (Glynn County), Jekyll Island — Horton House Historic SiteAge of Exploration
In the 1500s Europeans began to document and explore the area around Jekyll Island. Though the French were the first to claim the area from Jacksonville, FL to Port Royal, SC, it was the Spanish who began making an enduring imprint on this . . . — Map (db m156925) HM
55Georgia (Glynn County), Jekyll Island — Jekyll Island Boat House Site, Shipshape for the Season — ( Jekyll Island Club, 1886-1942 ) —
There is very little photo documentation of exactly what the Boathouse looked like during the Club era. Club members rarely would have been found in this area, It was typically used by year-round employees. The only visible evidence of . . . — Map (db m115065) HM
56Georgia (Glynn County), Jekyll Island — 063-28 — Jekyll Island Club Wharf
Here anchored the most luxurious pleasure craft in the world during the existence of the Jekyll Island Club, 1886-1942. No other yacht was comparable to John Pierpont Morgan's several Corsairs. Corsair II, too large to dock, anchored in the . . . — Map (db m17405) HM
57Georgia (Glynn County), Jekyll Island — 63-18 — Le Sieur Christophe Anne Poulain du Bignon(1739- 1825)
Horton - Du Bignon House Du Bignon Burial Ground Beginning with Poulain du Bignon, five du Bignon generations made Jekyll Island one of Georgia's most romantic Golden Isles. This tabby ruin and burial ground alone remain from Jekyll Island's . . . — Map (db m18497) HM
58Georgia (Glynn County), Jekyll Island — M.E. Thompson and the Purchase of Jekyll Island
Melvin E. Thompson, Acting Governor, 1947-1949, was born in Millen, Jenkins County, Georgia, in 1903. After a career as educator and public servant, Thompson was elected Lieutenant Governor for the term beginning January, 1947. Following the death . . . — Map (db m17207) HM
59Georgia (Glynn County), Jekyll Island — 063-15 — Major William Horton
Born in England Came to Georgia in 1736 Died at Savannah in 1748 These are the remains of Horton's tabby house. Major Horton of Oglethorpe's Regiment, the first English resident of Jekyll Island, erected on the north end of Jekyll a . . . — Map (db m17577) HM
60Georgia (Glynn County), Jekyll Island — McEvers Bayard Brown Oak
McEvers Bayard Brown Oak Centenarian Tree recognized by the Live Oak Society of the Louisiana Garden Club Federation, Inc. This tree consists of a cluster of five trunks growing from the stump of a single live oak harvested between . . . — Map (db m155960) HM
61Georgia (Glynn County), Jekyll Island — Men of MeansSans Souci — Jekyll Island —
What to do when you require privacy from the overflowing crowds of guests at the Clubhouse, but want to take advantage of its world-class French chef, new billiards wing, and the cheerful fireplace of the main parlor ? The answer for Henry B. . . . — Map (db m75571) HM
62Georgia (Glynn County), Jekyll Island — Morgan Tennis CourtTennis, anyone?
By 1905, tennis was gaining popularity on the island over hunting. Robert Pruyn, chairman of the committee on golf and sports, said, "For two years, tennis has been the most popular outdoor sport," and requested additional courts to be . . . — Map (db m115118) HM
63Georgia (Glynn County), Jekyll Island — Old World Charm
Keeping the peace as well as providing superior service was a difficult task. These two skills and countless other responsibilities were entrusted to the Club superintendent. Men such as J. P. Morgan, Joseph Pulitzer and Henry Hyde knew . . . — Map (db m115112) HM
64Georgia (Glynn County), Jekyll Island — Plantation OakLargest and oldest tree on Jekyll Island
. . . — Map (db m164557) HM
65Georgia (Glynn County), Jekyll Island — 63-18 — Poulain du Bignon and du Bignon Burying Ground»—→
This burying ground contains the bodies of several members of the du Bignon family, descendants of Le Sieur Christophe Poulain de la Houssaye du Bignon, native of Saint-Malo in Brittany. One of four Frenchmen, former residents of Sapelo Island, . . . — Map (db m17509) HM
66Georgia (Glynn County), Jekyll Island — Preserving the Legacy
Chartered by the State of Georgia to be trustworthy stewards of the island, the Jekyll Island Authority has been very active in the preservation of the National Historic Landmark District. The rehabilitation of Crane Cottage and Cherokee in . . . — Map (db m115119) HM
67Georgia (Glynn County), Jekyll Island — Sans Souci Boiler House
Constructed in 1896, this structure housed the steamplant that provided heat in the Sans Souci apartments. The actual components were housed in a concrete basement and the steam passed through underground piping. This photograph was taken from the . . . — Map (db m164474) HM
68Georgia (Glynn County), Jekyll Island — Separate But Equal?Historic St. Andrews Beach
On October 23, 1958, a coal mining disaster in Springhill, Nova Scotia trapped 174 men underground. The coverage of this disaster was the first international event to be broadcast live on television. In the hope of harnessing the media . . . — Map (db m115128) HM
69Georgia (Glynn County), Jekyll Island — Solterra Dove CoteSolterra Cottage Dove Cote site
The beautiful Queen Anne cottage Solterra burned to the ground in 1914. The only thing remaining as the sun set on March 9, 1914, was a brick chimney and a small outbuilding — the Dovecote. The Dovecote became a multipurpose building after . . . — Map (db m164494) HM
70Georgia (Glynn County), Jekyll Island — St. Andrews BeachHistoric St. Andrews Beach
On March 6, 1948, Jekyll Island opened as a state park for the citizens of Georgia. However, the new public seashore was not available to everyone, at first. Because of segregation, African Americans could not visit many areas of Jekyll Island, . . . — Map (db m115135) HM
71Georgia (Glynn County), Jekyll Island — 063-16 — Tabby
Tabby was the building material for walls, floors, and roofs widely used throughout coastal Georgia during the Military and Plantation Eras. It was composed of equal parts of sand, lime, oyster shell and water mixed into a mortar and poured into . . . — Map (db m17578) HM
72Georgia (Glynn County), Jekyll Island — Taking Care of Family
With a family of eight Charles Stewart Maurice quickly decided accommodations of the Club House would not suffice. In 1890 he built Hollybourne, with plenty of large open, informal spaces, a home away from home during their winter stays here . . . — Map (db m115056) HM
73Georgia (Glynn County), Jekyll Island — The Active Life
Edwin Gould purchased Chichota cottage within 5 days of his first visit to Jekyll Island in December of 1900. He quickly began modifying the cottage for his family’s arrival in March. Edwin made a commitment to the Island, purchasing several . . . — Map (db m72663) HM
74Georgia (Glynn County), Jekyll Island — The Beach PavilionHistoric St. Andrews Beach
The Beach Pavilion in front of you opened on September 25, 1955 to great fanfare, as St. Andrews Beach became the first public beach in Georgia to welcome African Americans. Celebrations included a motorcade, dedication ceremony, and music by the . . . — Map (db m115137) HM
75Georgia (Glynn County), Jekyll Island — 063-31 — The Boat House Site
This is the site of the Jekyll Island Club Boat House where the 100 foot steamer The Jekyll Island was stored during the off season. (The Club season was usually from after New Years until before Easter). There was no Jekyll Creek . . . — Map (db m17462) HM
76Georgia (Glynn County), Jekyll Island — The ClubhouseEvolution of Elegance
The Executive Committee hired architect Charles Alexander to design the Clubhouse. He designed the building in a Queen Anne style that complemented the natural beauty of the island and emphasized the rustic simplicity that the Jekyll Island Club . . . — Map (db m115117) HM
77Georgia (Glynn County), Jekyll Island — The Dolphin Club LoungeHistoric St. Andrews Beach
From 1959 to 1966, the Dolphin Club Lounge provided lively entertainment for visitors to the historically black St. Andrews Beach. Juke joints like this one once stretched across the southeastern United States. On remote Jekyll Island, the . . . — Map (db m115141) HM
78Georgia (Glynn County), Jekyll Island — The Dolphin Motor HotelHistoric St. Andrews Beach
The St. Andrews Beach Corporation formed in early 1956 to build a motel and restaurant here on Jekyll Island's once segregated South End. The company included many successful black business owners from Brunswick. In partnership with the Jekyll . . . — Map (db m115139) HM
79Georgia (Glynn County), Jekyll Island — The Infirmary / Furness CottageJekyll Island Museum
On the Move When first constructed in 1890, Furness Cottage stood as a lone sentry in the southern portion of the Club compound. The growing popularity of cottage construction led to its first move, off of Riverview Drive. . . . — Map (db m115114) HM
80Georgia (Glynn County), Jekyll Island — The Sans SouciThe Czar of Jekyll Island — Jekyll Island Club —
The Czar of Jekyll Island What to do when you require privacy from the overflowing crowds of guests at the Clubhouse, but want to take advantage of its world-class French chef, new billiards wing, and the cheerful fireplace of the main . . . — Map (db m155904) HM
81Georgia (Glynn County), Jekyll Island — The Skeet House
The Skeet House is not in its original location, but stands as a symbol of the core philosophy that the Jekyll Island Club was founded upon – outdoor recreation. The Skeet House, along with the Skeet and Trap Range, was constructed in . . . — Map (db m81699) HM
82Georgia (Glynn County), Jekyll Island — 063-35 — The Spanish on Jekyll Island
Within sight and sound of St. Simons Island, Jekyll Island was ideal for entertaining Spanish visitors to the settlement at Frederica. Major William Horton, resident of the island, received the guests while Oglethorpe on St. Simons, with cannon . . . — Map (db m17281) HM
83Georgia (Glynn County), Jekyll Island — Up In Smoke
Early in the morning, early in the century, it happened: Solterra caught fire. Built by charter member Frederick Baker in 1890, the house was an emblem of the nineteenth century: proper, discrete, upright. The old century seemed to be going . . . — Map (db m72668) HM
84Georgia (Glynn County), Jekyll Island — Villa MariannaThe Invisible Story
At the Jekyll Island Club's peak of activity there were many more support structures and cottages than you see today. Some buildings were destroyed by natural events, while others fell into disrepair and were demolished - and much of the story of . . . — Map (db m164519) HM
85Georgia (Glynn County), Jekyll Island — Villa OspoJekyll Island Club National Historic Landmark
A Warm Welcome Walter Jennings, a former Standard Oil director, built Villa Ospo, as a winter getaway for his family in 1927. Walter and his wife, Jean, were very involved with the Jekyll Island Club and often greeted newcomers and . . . — Map (db m155954) HM
86Georgia (Glynn County), Jekyll Island — What Was Here Before?
Great Dunes Park is named for the historic Great Dunes Golf Course, designed by Walter Travis. Travis was considered the most successful amateur golfer in the United States during the 1900s and 1910s. The golf course was an 18-hole course placed . . . — Map (db m115154) HM
87Georgia (Glynn County), Jekyll Island — What Was Here Before?Jekyll Island
Great Dunes Park is named for the historic Great Dunes Gulf Course, designed by Walter Travis. Travis was considered the most successful amateur golfer in the United States during the 1900s and 1910s. The golf course was an 18-hole course built . . . — Map (db m157008) HM
88Georgia (Glynn County), New Hope — 67-1 — Needwood Baptist Church and Needwood School
Needwood Baptist Church was organized in 1866 on nearby Broadfield Plantation as Broadfield Baptist Church of the Zion Baptist Association. This structure, built in the 1870s, was redesigned in 1885 when the church moved its congregation here. Its . . . — Map (db m13575) HM
89Georgia (Glynn County), St. Simons Island — A Clash Of Cultures
The skirmish at Bloody Marsh was more than a battle. It was a clash of cultures - each vying for control of what is now the southeastern United States. Soldiers from Hispanic colonies in the New World fought under the Spanish banner, with the . . . — Map (db m63869) HM
90Georgia (Glynn County), St. Simons Island — A Man Named Wesley Passed This Way / Lovely Lane Chapel
On October 21, 1735, John and Charles Wesley and General James Oglethorpe (founder of the colony of Georgia) and eighty-four other passengers sailed from England on the ship "The Simmonds". After a hundred and fourteen days they sailed into the . . . — Map (db m12549) HM
91Georgia (Glynn County), St. Simons Island — A Mission By The Sea / Susannah Wesley
A Mission By The SeaIn 1949, the South Georgia Conference of the Methodist Church purchased 43.53 acres of the Hamilton Plantation from the Sea Island Company for a Christian conference center. They named "Epworth" after the Wesleys' English . . . — Map (db m12553) HM
92Georgia (Glynn County), St. Simons Island — A New House?Fort Frederica National Monument
“Two coins were found on the floor. One was a British penny dated 1755, and the other was a United States cent dated 1798.” Archeological Report The life span of Frederica was brief. Most of the ruins you see represent . . . — Map (db m70227) HM
93Georgia (Glynn County), St. Simons Island — Battle of Bloody Marsh
We are resolved not to suffer defeat - we will rather die like Leonidas and his Spartans - if we can but protect Georgia and Carolina and the rest of the Americans from desolation             Oglethorpe Erected on the battlefield . . . — Map (db m63868) HM
94Georgia (Glynn County), St. Simons Island — 063-42 — Battle of Gully Hole Creek
During the late morning of July 7, 1742 Georgia Rangers guarding the military road approach to the town of Frederica sighted a force of over 100 Spanish soldiers and their Indian allies. James Edward Oglethorpe, founder of Georgia, quickly . . . — Map (db m11634) HM
95Georgia (Glynn County), St. Simons Island — Broad StreetFort Frederica National Monument
"The town is divided into several ? streets along ? sides are planted orange trees… London Magazine 1745 Imagine a typical day here on Broad Street in the early 1740s. Women worked in fenced gardens. Children played in the streets. . . . — Map (db m70223) HM
96Georgia (Glynn County), St. Simons Island — 63-9 — Cannon's Point Plantation
In 1793 John Couper, with his partner James Hamilton, purchased Cannon's Point in northeastern St. Simons Island. In addition to the production of cotton, Couper experimented with citrus trees, grapes, date palms from Persia, mulberry trees for . . . — Map (db m30167) HM
97Georgia (Glynn County), St. Simons Island — Captain Gascoigne
In 1736 Captain Gascoigne of the British Sloop-of War Hawk, established here at Gascoigne Bluff the base for the naval defense of the Colony of Georgia. The Spaniards landed here in the invasion of 1742. In 1794 Live Oak timbers were . . . — Map (db m13414) HM
98Georgia (Glynn County), St. Simons Island — Cassina Garden Club Houses
These houses were slave cabins on the Gascoigne Bluff section of Hamilton Plantation which was developed in 1793 by James Hamilton into one of the largest estates on St. Simons Island. Eventually this Gascoigne Bluff area was given to Glynn . . . — Map (db m11810) HM
99Georgia (Glynn County), St. Simons Island — 063-35 — Christ Church Cemetery
Here are buried former Rectors of Christ Church and their families, the families of early settlers and of plantation days, officers of the British Army, and soldiers of every war in which our country fought. The oldest tombstone is dated 1803 but . . . — Map (db m12346) HM
100Georgia (Glynn County), St. Simons Island — 063-33A — Christ Episcopal Church
This congregation was established as a mission of the Church of England in February, 1736. The Rev. Charles Wesley, ordained priest of that Church, conducted the first services in the chapel within the walls of Fort Frederica. The Rev. John . . . — Map (db m17449) HM

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Feb. 28, 2021