Among land owned by Nelson Battles (son of Noel Battles and Elizabeth Hopper) and Rhoda Winton (daughter of William Winton Jr and Katherine Denton), was land they had purchased from David Sibert in 1835, but they are also recorded with Land Grant/Homestead as early as 1822 in Attala - Camp Sibert area. Nearby was his brother Samuel, and over in Gallant area was father Noel, and David Sibert. These all were in what was later called Etowah Co, formed as Baine 1866, renamed Etowah in 1868. This David Sibert was the Great Grandfather of Gen. William L. Sibert of WWI fame, and for whom Camp Sibert was named. This piece, known as "Flat Woods/Camp Sibert", was owned by Nelson/Rhoda descendents for years, and at least into the late 1900's, by a family member of a sister who had married into the Battles line. Nelson and Rhoda (Winton) Battles had sold out her one third share of her deceased fathers land in Rhea Co Tenn in 1817 and moved with the elder Battles to Alabama.