• The Tuten Block Building housed the Cohen Mercantile Store that was owned by Jesup Mayor S. E. Cohen and the Jesup Cigar Company owned by Jesup Businessman Harry W. Whaley.
  • The John W. C. Trowell House was constructed around 1902 by Mr. Trowell and his wife, Ella.
  • The S.E. Cohen home was the home of Jesup mayor, Samuel E. Cohen.
  • The Kicklighter Building was a commercial building constructed in the early 1890s.
  • The original Jesup Water Tower, also known as a standing water pipe, was constructed as a part of the Jesup water system in 1912.
  • A key member of the Jesup business community, Joseph H. Wilkins came to Jesup with members of the Wilkins family who worked with the Atlantic Coastline Railroad.
  • The Senior Class of 1936 at Jesup High School presented to the school a goldfish pond.
  • The Wayne County Courthouse was built in 1902-1903 to replace the wooden courthouse across the street.
  • The Clary Whaley House was the home of Jesup’s first mayor, Willis Clary.

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