Do you have the 1880 census already? It looks as if Allen is the eldest child, so the 1870 census won't give you the names of more of his siblings. It's likely, though, that any children born after 1880 would still be living with their parents in the 1900 census.
If you haven't already, you may want to post this message on the main Texas forum. There is a woman there who does lookups in the 1900 census.
Here's the 1880 census, just in case you didn't have it already:
1880 Texas, Burnet County, ED 37, Pages 28-29. Dwelling 224/Family 225.
Carter London, 32, farmer, b Missouri, father b Tenn, mother b KY
Martha, 27, wife, keeping house, b Missouri, father b Ky, mother b Va
Allen, 9, son, b Missouri
Cinthia, 8, daughter, b TX
Manon?, 5, son, b Tx
Argouetta, 1, daughter, b TX
Martha, 1, daughter, b TX
I also checked the Missouri Marriage index, and found a possibility for the marriage of Carter and Martha:
C W London married Martha Bradley in Newton County, MO on 19 Apr 1869
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