Person:Elizabeth Fite (1)

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m. 12 April 1781
  1. John Fite1781 - Aft 1860
  2. Elizabeth Fite1783 - aft 1860
  3. Jacob Fite1786 - 1870
  4. Leonard Fite, Jr1789 - 1877
  5. Joseph Fite1790 - 1876
  6. Catharine Fite1793 - 1862
  7. David Fite1795 - 1862
  8. Moses Fiteabt 1797 - Abt 1874
  9. William Fite1800 - 1869
  10. Sarah Fite1801 - 1891
  11. Margaret Fite1805 - 1891
m. abt 1800
  1. Elizabeth Robinson1805 - 1880
  2. Edward Robinson1807 - 1863
  3. Stephen Robinson1809 - 1892
  4. Catherine Robinson1811 - 1897
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Name Elizabeth Fite
Gender Female
Birth[1][3][6] 5 Jan 1783 Sussex, New Jersey, United States
Baptism[5][8] 1784 Northampton, Pennsylvania, United States
Alt Birth[5][8] 6 June 1784 Allen (township), Northampton, Pennsylvania, United States
Marriage abt 1800 Tennessee, United Statesto James B Robinson
Census[1] 1850 Wilson, Tennessee, United States
Census[4] 1860 Wilson, Tennessee, United States
Death[4] aft 1860 Wilson, Tennessee, United States
Burial[6] prob Talley Cemetery, Wilson, Tennessee, United States

Elizabeth Fite was born in Sussex, New Jersey where her family was living and where her father served in the Revolution[1]. While John Broddie states she was born in Lincoln, North Carolina, depositions of Leonard and John Fite, her father and uncle, state in revolution records they moved to Pensylvania c 1784 and on to Lincoln, North Carolina about 1787. The 1850 census also reflects she was born in New Jersey. She moved to Smith County, Tennessee with her parents in 1796 where she met and married James Robinson. They are listed on the 1850 U. S. Census for Wilson County, Tennessee[1]. She and James had 12 children and the family lived near Liberty, Tennessee. In 1861, at the time of her mother's birthday celebration, Elizabeth had ten children living, seventy-five grandchildren and thirty-nine great-grandchildren[2].

Elizabeth's burial place is unknown, but most likely she was buried in Tally Graveyard near her husband. James Brodie states in his book that James Robinson was buried in Talley Cemetery, Wilson County, Tennessee[3].

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  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 1.3 Wilson, Tennessee, United States. 1850 U.S. Census Population Schedule, M432_901, p 432A.

    James Robinson, M, age 71, b. VA; Elizabeth Robinson, F, age 67, b. NC

  2. Fite, Elizabeth Mitchell Stephenson. The biographical and genealogical records of the Fite families in the United States. (New York: E.M.S. Fite, 1907).
  3. 3.0 3.1 Boddie, John Bennett. Historical Southern Families. (Redwood City, California: Pacific Coast Publishers, 1957-1980), Vol XXII, p92.
  4. 4.0 4.1 Wilson, Tennessee, United States. 1860 U.S. Census Population Schedule, Roll :M653_1280, Page 360.

    Elizabeth Robertson (Robinson), F age 78, b. PA, enumerated with daughter, Catherine Turner's family.

  5. 5.0 5.1 Elisabeth Feit, in Pennsylvania, United States. Pennsylvania, Church and Town Records, 1708-1985. (Provo, Utah: Ancestry.com Operations, Inc., 2011), Leaf 3/1, 8 June 1784.
  6. 6.0 6.1 The birth date for Elizabeth in the church records does not match her birth date she uses in other records after she is an adult. I truly believe this is the correct family as the time period when they are in Allentown TWP matches other records. Her parents names are listed and there is also a baptism record for Leonhard Lammerson (Lamberson). Leonard Fite's sister was the parent, and Leonard Fite's wife Margaretha was a sponsor. See Christ Evangical Luthern Church leaf 3/1.
  7.   Elizabeth is probably buried in Talley Graveyard. In Brodie's book, it states that her husband. James Robinson, is buried there.
  8. 8.0 8.1 PA Church and Town Records, Christ Evangelical Luthern Church