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Re: Moody's in Ashford, Houston County, AL
Posted by: Judi (ID *****5844) Date: April 29, 2006 at 21:01:11
In Reply to: Moody's in Ashford, Houston County, AL by Nancy Moody of 386

7 April 1930: ASHFORD
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Bruner of Fort Meade, Fla., arrived Sunday to spend some time with his mother, Mrs. Anna Bruner.

Misses Willie Bruner and Edna Badney who teach in Columbia were here Wednesday.

B. A. Bruner and Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Wells, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Wells and little daughter of Graceville, Fla., were visitors to Ashford Sunday.

C. Bruner were visitors to Dothan ????.


Friday, April 7, 1950
Certified List of Qualified Electors Houston County of Record for Probate Office

Beat 10, male
Bruner, W. W.
Bruner, V C
Bruner, Jack (Henry Lamar)
Bruner, Wilson
Bruner, W R (Bill)
Bruner, Strong
Bruner, E J
Bruner, J B
Bruner, J C
Bruner, Volder
Bruner, J W
Bruner, W S
Bruner, Edward
Brunner, A A
Moody, Charley

Beat 10, Female

Bruner, Mrs. Anna
Bruner, Onzell Richey (Mrs. W. R. or Bill)
Bruner, Mrs. V. C.
Bruner, Mrs. Ola
Bruner, Mrs. Reba J. (Jack)
Bruner, Mrs. E. J.
Bruner, Ruby Helms
Bruner, Miss Mary Lou
Bruner, Miss Merle (Dansby)
Bruner, Mrs. Eunice Cook
Bruner, Mrs. J. W.
Bruner, Mrs. Henri
Bruner, Mrs. Alma (Mrs. J. S.)

Beat 14-male
Bruner, Virgil

Beat 14-female
Bruner, Mrs. Virgil

Beat 6-female
Bruner, Mrs. A. E.

Beat 6-male
Bruner, B M
Bruner, W C (Willie C)
Bruner A L

Beat 4-female
Bruner, Hortance

Beat 4-male
Bruner, Leo
Bruner, Coy
Bruner, Zeke

Beat 3-Miscellaneous female
Moody, Mrs. Hattie V.
Bruner, Nora Rollins

Beat 3- Miscellaneous male
Bruner, Manley L
Bruner, Thomas
Bruner, V J

Beat 3-Ward 4- female
Moody, Mrs. Nan B. (?)
Moody, Mrs. Mary (*. C.)

Beat 3-Ward 4-male
Hart, K. Lamar
Moody, Earl F
Moody, E C
Moody, E T
Bruner, Charles C
Bruner, Quinton D
Bruner, Chas C

Beat 3-Ward 3-female
Hart, Mrs. J. W.
Hart, Mrs. Ruby (Mrs. J B)
Brunner, Mary Cox (Mrs. T. M)

Beat 3-Ward 2-female
Moody, Miss Emmie

Beat 3-Ward 2-male
Moody, Hoke S.

Beat 3-Ward 1-male
Brunner, W A
23 Sep 1933

Possibility Route Will Never Be Paved, Proponents Say; $200,000 Is Cost

Possiblity of the highway from Ashford to Alaga not being paved was forecast today by proponents of the project who announced that out of 50 property owners, 43 had given right of way deeds but seven still refused to sign the necessary papers for the paving of the route.

The seven who said they would not sign the deeds are W. C. Cain, Charlie Moody, E. C. Ingram, R. M. Elmore, G. A. Snead, C. W. Vickers and Charlie Bowden.

Besides the road not being paved on account of the needed deeds, about $200,000 will be spent in some other section of Houston county. It was pointed out by proponents of the paving, who said approximately 200 men would be given employment on the highway if it was paved.

Wednesday will be the last day the deeds can be signed.
27 Sep 1933

Commissioners Take Steps To Condemn Property of Holdouts.

Paving of the Ashford-Alaga highway stretch was assured this morning when the Houston County Board of Revenue filed condemnation proceedings against five residents of the route who have refused to sign right-of-way deeds necessary before final action could be taken on the project.

F. C. Marquis, right-of-way agent of the state highway department, met with the commissioners this morning, and following their decision to condemn the property of the remaining five residents, assured the board that the county would be included in the next letting of funds which is expected to be announced within the next two days. Marquis notified officials of the highway department of the commissioners' action by telephone this morning.

Advertising for bids will start as soon as the official announcement of the letting is made and actual work on the project will begin shortly afterward, Marquis said.

Approximately $200,000 will be spent in paving the stretch between Ashford and the Georgia line, giving employment to more than 200 men. E. O. Jones, proponent of the project, has estimated that at least two-thirds of the funds will be spent within the county. The paving is expected to be the same type as that laid on the highway between Dothan and Ashford.

Although twelve persons were named in the formal filing of condemnation proceedings this morning, arrangements have been made to secure deeds from all except the following five persons: W. C. Cain, Charlie Moody, R. M. Elmore, C.
W. Vickers and Charlie Bowden. It has been impossible to obtain the other deeds up to the present time because of absence of the parties concerned or other causes of a similar nature.
30 Sep 1933

E. O. JONES: "Condemnation proceedings have been dismissed against Charlie Moody, one of the residents on the Ashford-Alaga highway. Agreement has been reached with him regarding the signing of the right-of-way deed."

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