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U.S. General Land Office Land Patent dated May 1831. Legal description: North east quarter of Section One in Township Seven of Range three east, in the district of lands subject to sale at Huntsville, Alabama containing One hundred sixty one acres, and fifty-hundredths of an acre. Land sold to William Clapp.
U.S. General Land Office Survey dated 1822, showing location of Honeycomb Creek, and section one in extreme northeast corner of map, shaded in yellow. See attached illustration, Surveyor's Plat Honey Comb Valley.
Geneology records (1935-1972) of Ethel Perry Moore, 1902-1975.
Alabama Records, Vol 65, Marshall county compiled by Pauline Jones Gandrud
Correspondence with Rosemarie Langley.
Letter from Mrs. M. P. Bettis, Montgomery, Alabama, June 26, 1956.
Letter written to Ethel Perry Moore dated November 17, 1958, by Nina Olsen, Granddaughter of Benjamin Lynn Clapp.
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