Title: Daughters of the Republic of Texas. Founders and Patriots oftheRepublic of Texas, Book II
Publication: Austin, Texas: 1984, 2nd Ed.
Publication: Pg 360
Note: qualties can be seen in the fact that she names her first child, beinga girl, Charity, after the mother of her three step-children andthereby endeared it to them, closing forever the gap berween the twosets of children. She is said to ba a financial supporter and loyalcolonist, according to the entry in "Founders and Partiots of theRepublic of Texas."
Old Franklin Cemetery is located on Daggett Ranch; 2 miles southwestof Franklin, Texas.
The name is spelled McQuirta in the listinf for the Daughters of theRepublic of Texas. Carleen Daggett reports Elizabeth's last name asMcWhorter.
Note: Elizabeth McQuerter McCuistion was well educated and her diplomatic
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