Edward C. Betts (b1890)

 Author, Eisenhower's Judge Advocate General during WWII

Residence:603 Franklin Street SE - Purchased in 1919
Residence:607 Franklin Street SE - Inherited the house from his parents.
Grandson of:Edward C. Betts (b1820)
Son of:Tancred Betts
Grandson of:Virginia A. Betts


•  Author of "Early History of Huntsville, Alabama 1804 to 1870"

•  Organized the Nuremburg War Trials in WWII

Related Links:

•  About.com: 603 Franklin - Short history of purchased home (Originally found at http://huntsville.about.com/od/historichomes/ss/weedenhomestour_4.htm.)

•  About.com: 607 Franklin - Short history of inherited home (Originally found at http://huntsville.about.com/od/historichomes/ss/2011-Historic-Homes-Tour_2.htm.)

•  City Profile - House inherited from his parents

•  Cornell University: Abstract - Letter Abstract (Originally found at http://library2.lawschool.cornell.edu/Donovan/show.asp?id=437&query=.)

•  Cornell University: Letter - A letter from Betts (Originally found at http://library2.lawschool.cornell.edu/Donovan/pdf/Batch_8/Vol_XVIII_54_02_D.pdf.)

•  Signatures of War - Account of his role as Judge Advocate-General

•  signaturesofwar.com - Bio - Remembering General Edward C. Betts by Bill Gray and Nora Marti

The Following Pages Link to this Page:
•  603 Franklin Street SE
•  607 Franklin Street SE
•  Edward C. Betts (b1820)
•  Tancred Betts
•  Virginia A. Betts