Brantley was one of the
last Georgia counties created (156th). The county was formed in 1920
from Charlton, Pierce, and Wayne counties and was named for Benjamin
D. Brantley, a member of a prominent local family; although some
historians claim the name honors State Senator William Goodman
Brantley of Brunswick.
There are two
municipalities in Brantley County, Nahunta, the county seat, and
Hoboken. Nahunta sounds Indian, but in fact the name is a
colloquialism derived from railroad maps and a sign, "N.A. Hunter
For health information
on the county, visit
County Health Dept.
Nurse Manager - Cathy Jacobs, BSN
Environmental Health - Josh Boggan
173 Florida Ave.
PO Box 603
Nahunta, GA 31553-0603
Hours of operation:
8am-6pm, 2nd Tuesday of each month
Click on dark blue shaded
area for image of detailed map.
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Southeast Health District
1101 Church Street
Waycross, GA 31501
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