National Register of Historic Places listings in McIntosh County, Georgia

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This is a list of properties and districts in McIntosh County, Georgia that are listed on the National Register of Historic Places (NRHP).

This National Park Service list is complete through NPS recent listings posted April 21, 2017.[1]
Contents: Counties in Georgia

Current listings[edit]

[2] Name on the Register Image Date listed[3] Location City or town Description
1 Ashantilly
Ashantilly
August 25, 2015
(#15000103)
15591 GA 99 (actually on Bond Rd. between St. Andrews Cemetery Rd. and Ashantilly Rd.)
31°22′52″N 81°24′47″W / 31.381165°N 81.413051°W / 31.381165; -81.413051 (Ashantilly)
Darien Home of Thomas Spalding. It is also known as "Old Tabby". Original house built ca. 1820, burned in 1937 and rebuilt. Now houses the Ashantilly Center website announcement
2 Behavior Cemetery Upload image
August 22, 1996
(#96000915)
S end of Sapelo Island, 1.25 mi W of Hog Hammock
31°25′43″N 81°16′52″W / 31.428611°N 81.281111°W / 31.428611; -81.281111 (Behavior Cemetery)
Hog Hammock
3 D'Antignac House Upload image
December 16, 1977
(#77001503)
Address Restricted (was on Baisden's Bluff on the Crescent River)
Crescent Demolished in 2007[4]
4 First African Baptist Church at Raccoon Bluff Upload image
September 6, 1996
(#96000916)
E side of Sapelo Island, approximately 2 mi. N of Hog Hammock
31°28′02″N 81°13′56″W / 31.46710°N 81.23220°W / 31.46710; -81.23220 (First African Baptist Church at Raccoon Bluff)
Hog Hammock
5 Fort Barrington
Fort Barrington
September 27, 1972
(#72001447)
NW of Cox
31°28′49″N 81°37′00″W / 31.480278°N 81.616667°W / 31.480278; -81.616667 (Fort Barrington)
Cox The site of Fort Barrington is on private property, no marker there. The marker is 10 miles away, on Georgia highway 57, at the border of McIntosh County and Long County.
6 Fort King George
Fort King George
December 9, 1971
(#71001101)
E of U.S. 17 off Ft. King George Rd, at 302 McIntosh Rd. in Darien
31°21′55″N 81°24′54″W / 31.365384°N 81.41493°W / 31.365384; -81.41493 (Fort King George)
Darien Now a Georgia state historic site
7 Hog Hammock Historic District
Hog Hammock Historic District
September 6, 1996
(#96000917)
E side of Sapelo Island
31°25′40″N 81°15′38″W / 31.427778°N 81.260556°W / 31.427778; -81.260556 (Hog Hammock Historic District)
Hog Hammock
8 The Ridge
The Ridge
April 18, 1985
(#85000863)
Old Shell Rd. GA 99
31°24′12″N 81°24′13″W / 31.403333°N 81.403611°W / 31.403333; -81.403611 (The Ridge)
Ridgeville
9 Sapelo Island Lighthouse
Sapelo Island Lighthouse
August 26, 1997
(#97000335)
S end of Sapelo Island, S of University of Georgia Marine Institute
31°23′29″N 81°17′08″W / 31.39127°N 81.28568°W / 31.39127; -81.28568 (Sapelo Island Lighthouse)
Sapelo Island
10 Vernon Square-Columbus Square Historic District
Vernon Square-Columbus Square Historic District
March 14, 1985
(#85000581)
Roughly bounded by Market, Trumbull, Rittenhouse and Ft. King George Dr.
31°22′10″N 81°25′55″W / 31.369444°N 81.431944°W / 31.369444; -81.431944 (Vernon Square-Columbus Square Historic District)
Darien
11 West Darien Historic District
West Darien Historic District
September 17, 2001
(#01000975)
Bounded by 8th St., US 17, Darien River, and Cathead Creek
31°22′22″N 81°26′13″W / 31.372778°N 81.436944°W / 31.372778; -81.436944 (West Darien Historic District)
Darien

References[edit]

  1. ^ "National Register of Historic Places: Weekly List Actions". National Park Service, United States Department of the Interior. Retrieved on April 21, 2017.
  2. ^ Numbers represent an ordering by significant words. Various colorings, defined here, differentiate National Historic Landmarks and historic districts from other NRHP buildings, structures, sites or objects.
  3. ^ The eight-digit number below each date is the number assigned to each location in the National Register Information System database, which can be viewed by clicking the number.
  4. ^ McIntosh growth has a price tag, December 23, 2007, Mike Morrison, Florida Times-Union