Charlie Eric Jenkins

Date Added: 
1993

English native Charlie E. Jenkins came to America in 1873 and to Bryan in 1878. One of Bryan's most prolific and talented builders of the late 19th and early 20th Centuries, Jenkins' legacy of distinctive structures has been recognized by national and state organizations for their historic and architectural significance. Jenkins is known for his masterful use of natural lighting and for employing many different styles. In addition to his architectural contributions, Jenkins also was active in the city's civic affairs, having served as both Fire Chief and City Building Inspector.

Special Directions/Instructions: 
Bryan City Cemetery - 1111 N. Texas Ave., Bryan, Texas. At gravesite in the center of cemetery, about 100 yards from entrance.
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Location

30° 41' 0.9996" N, 96° 22' 3.2016" W