A Guide to the Elizabeth Coxhead Carleton Album, 1833-1891
A native of England, Elizabeth Coxhead Carleton (1816-1891) came to Texas in 1835 with her husband, Dr. William Carleton, a participant in the Texas Revolution. After leaving the state in 1836, the family returned to Texas in 1856, where Mrs. Carleton remained for the rest of her life.
Cora Carleton Glassford biographical file, Daughters of the Republic of Texas Library, San Antonio, Texas.
Glassford, Cora Carleton. "William Carleton." Handbook of Texas Online. http://www.tshaonline.org/handbook/online/articles/fca54.
Halter, Edith Simpson. A Texas Patriot. San Antonio, Texas: Carleton Printing, possibly 1963.
The album contains poetry, autographs, sketches, and printed items. Many of the entries date from 1833-1834, around the time of the marriage of Elizabeth Martha Coxhead and William Carleton.
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[Identification of item], Elizabeth Coxhead Carleton Album, 1833-1891, Bound Doc 8569, Daughters of the Republic of Texas Library, San Antonio, Texas.
Gift of Richard C. Halter.
Processed by Warren Stricker.
Finding aid edited and encoded by Caitlin Donnelly, 2010 December.
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