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The Betts House is a Colonial Revival home in Huntsville, Alabama. It is quite noted for being the home of General Ed Betts who was General Dwight Eisenhower?s legal advisor during the Second World War.

The Betts House?s history goes back to 1809 when the lot was first acquired by LeRoy Pope. However, the house that is of existence today was only built in 1892 by Charles and Lizzie Halsey. It was acquired later on by Tancred Betts. General Ed Betts inherited the property from his father, Tancred, later on.

Today, the Betts House is a part of the Twickenham Historic District. It is also a part of the 2011 Historic House tour that is initiated and hosted by the Huntsville Pilgrimage Association.
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