Andrew and Temple Houston became politicians, at the national and state level, respectively. Sam, Jr. was a soldier, physician and author; and William became a special agent with the Indian Service of the Department of Interior. Margaret and Sam Houston's children were the following, name for themselves and others in their families:
- Sam Houston, Jr. (1843–1894) Buried Old Independence Cemetery
- Nancy Elizabeth Houston Morrow (1846–1920)
- Margaret Houston Williams (1848–1906)
- Mary William Houston Morrow (1850–1931)
- Antoinette Power Houston Bringhurst (1852–1932)
- Andrew Jackson Houston (1854-1941) (U.S. Senator from Texas)
- William Rogers Houston (1858–1891)
- Temple Lea Houston (1860–1905) (state senator of the Texas Legislature, 1885–1888)
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“Nor does the family even move about together,
But every son would have his motor cycle,
And daughters ride away on casual pillions.”
—T.S. (Thomas Stearns)
“With all the attention paid to your new baby, its easy for your own feelings and needs to get lost in the shuffle. Although all parents engage in some self-sacrifice for their children, keep in mind that your goal isnt just to raise a happy, healthy child. You want that child to be part of a happy, healthy family as well.”
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“Like all the best families, we have our share of eccentricities, of impetuous and wayward youngsters and of family disagreements.”
—Elizabeth II (b. 1926)