From the HISTORICAL CATALOGUE OF THE ALUMNI OF UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS 1884-1901.
THE UNIVERSITY RECORD
VOL. IV.–MAY, 1902.–NOS. 1-2
LASSETER, HENRY ELBERT, Lawyer: Tyler. Born March 8, 1874, in Navarro county; son of Solomon and Nettie (née Glaze) Lasseter. Prepared for University at Summer Hill Select School, Omen. Entered from Tyler. Student 1897-1898. Married Mabel Teagarden, July 27, 1898. [page 112]
From the Obituaries From Tyler Newspapers, Smith County, Texas, 1905-1915 (page 101):
LASSETER, ELBERT, JR.
The 21-month old son of Mr. & Mrs. Elbert Lasseter, died on June 22, 1910, of congestion. Burial in Oakwood Cemetery. Daily Courier-Times, June 23, 1910; June 24, 1919 – Funeral.
Mrs. H. Elbert Lasseter Papers, 1913, Dolph Briscoe Center for American History, The University of Texas at Austin.
Comprising correspondence, a newspaper clipping, and a journal, the Mrs. H. Elbert Lasseter Papers, document Lasseter’s involvement in the Texas Woman Suffrage movement. Correspondence from the Texas Woman’s Suffrage Association to the Smith County Equal Franchise League concerns the relationship between the two organizations, their common objective, the importance of having a legislative committee, and the San Antonio Equal Franchise Society. Additionally, the journal contains the by-laws of the Smith County Equal Franchise League as well as a list of its charter members, while the newspaper clipping pertains to political affairs in Texas.
This is going to be an occasional posting whereby I publish a random fact, story or event that I have found. If I have the time I will add supporting information as I can find it. I hope that it adds a extra little tidbit of the overall narrative that you are building on your ancestors or research subjects.