Bibb-County-Alabama

Historic Places and Ghost Towns in Bibb County Alabama

Historic Places and Ghost Towns in Bibb County Alabama
Affonee
Also known as Punyville. Post office in operation 1858-1866 and 1881-1903. Located along Affonee Creek about two miles west of Duff Settlement, Alabama. Ashby Station
Mentioned in “1865 Alabama: From Civil War to Uncivil Peace” by Christopher Lyle Mcilwain, Sr. as “Ashby station (lower case ‘s’) : “Wilson’s forces made quick work of the blast furnaces and rolling mill at the Bibb Naval Furnace at Brierfield near the Ashby station of the Alabama and Tennessee Rivers Railroad to Selma,…). Also mentioned in “The Story of Coal and Iron in Alabama” by Ethel Armes: “A branch railroad from Ashby station, one and a half miles distant, on the Alabama and Tennesse Rivers Railroad…”.

Mooresville Alabama

Mooresville is a town in Limestone County, Alabama, located southeast of the intersection of Interstate 565 and Interstate 65, and north of Wheeler Lake.
The entire town, described as a picturesque early 19th century village, is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.