1885 – He was born in Wauchula, Florida on the 6th of July.
1909 – He subsequently graduated from the Liberal Arts College of Stetson University with an A.B.
1910 – Doyle then attended Chicago University where he received an A.B.
1912 – He earned his L.L.B. from Columbia University, New York.
– He was addmitted to the Florida Bar Asscoiation and practiced law in Tampa.
– In Tampa on the 30th of July, Doyle married Nell Ray, daughter of Edward Dennis and Mary Ellen Ray.
1916 – His political career began when hge was elected to the Florida state senate for a two-year term as the State Senator from the 11th District, composed of Hillsborough and Pinellas counties.
1928 – On the 5th of June, he received 77,569 first choice and 28,471 second choice votes to win in a field of five candidates, who included former Governor Sidney J. Catts.
– In November, Doyle defeated his Republican opponent, W. J. Howey, by a margin of 148,455 votes to 95,018 votes.
1929 – He assumed the office of governor on the 8th of January.
1933 – He left office on the 3rd of January, returning to Tampa, Florida.
1936 – Governor Carlton ran for the Democratic nomination for U. S. Senator.
– He was endorsed by the Democratic executive committee and most state newspapers, Charles O. Andrews lined up a powerful bloc of forces opposed to Carlton, and by a margin of 67,387 votes to 62,530 votes defeated Governor Carlton in the primary of August 11.
1972 – He died in Tampaon the 25th of October and was buried in Myrtle Hill Memorial Park, Tampa.