Person:Elizabeth Fouts (2)

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m. 1800/1807
  1. Mary "Polly" Fouts1806 - Aft 1870
  2. James D Fouts1810 - 1890
  3. Elizabeth Fouts1812 - 1892
  4. Jane Fouts1813 - 1886
  5. Elender "Nellie" Fouts1817 - Aft 1870
  6. William P Fouts1820 - 1902
  7. Rebecca Fouts1822 - 1900
  8. Charlotte Fouts1824 - 1854
  9. Susan Fouts1826 - 1904
  10. Jacob Fouts1830 - 1900
  11. John H Fouts1833 - 1907
m. 1832
  1. James C Clampett1834 - 1911
  2. Mary Clampett1836 - 1920
  3. Rebecca Clampett1837 - 1875
  4. Margaret Clampett1839 - Aft 1880
  5. Nancy Evaline Clampett1841 - 1880
  6. John Clampett1850 - 1916
  7. Louise J Clampett1852 - 1939
Facts and Events
Name Elizabeth Fouts
Gender Female
Birth? 8 Mar 1812 Ashe, North Carolina, United States
Marriage 1832 Ashe, North Carolina, United Statesto Richard Clampett
Death? 1 Jan 1892 Macon, North Carolina, United States

Elizabeth Fouts was born 8 Mar 1812 (per Burningtown Baptist Church records) in Ashe Co, NC (per 1850 census).

Elizabeth was apparently with her family for the 1820 census (age "under 10", born ca 1810/20), and in 1830 (age 15-19, born ca 1810/15).

Elizabeth married Richard Clampett in "1832" (per Burningtown Baptist Church records) in Ashe County (no marriage record found). Richard was born ca 1809/10 in Stokes Co, NC, a son of George Clampett and Ann ---.

Richard and Elizabeth moved to Macon County with the rest of the family (including his parents) in the 1830's.

They were listed on the 1840 census in Macon Co, NC.

  • 1840 Macon Co, NC pg 148 Richard Clampett 1000100000000-2000101010000
  • Analysis:
  • 1 male 20-29 (1810/1820)=Richard Clampett (c1810)
  • 1 male 0-4 (1835/1840)=James C. Clampett (1834) son
  • 1 female 60-69 (1770/1780)=Ann (---) Clampett (c1777) mother
  • 1 female 40-49 (1790/1800)=Sarah Clampett (c1797) sister
  • 1 female 20-29 (1810/1820=Elizabeth Fouts Clampett (1812) wife
  • 2 females 0-4 (1835/1840)=1-Mary Clampett (1836); 2-Rebecca Clampett (c1838) daughters

Richard Clampett and family were listed on the 1850 census next door to Elizabeth's parents.

7th Census of the United States - 1850
Name Age Sex Race Occupation Real $ Birth Place
Macon Co., NC - Tennessee Valley
Page 340B, H/F # 349/357
Richd Clampit 40 M W Farmer 400 Stokes
Elizabeth Clampit 35 F W Ashe NC
Ann Clampit 73 F W Chatham
Sarah Clampit 53 F W Stokes
James Clampit 16 M W Laborer Ashe NC
Mary Clampit 14 F W "
Rebecca Clampit 12 F W Macon
Margaret Clampit 10 F W "
Nancy E. Clampit 8 F W "

Richard and family were listed on the 1860 census in Macon County in Burningtown District, next to Elizabeth's brother John Fouts.

8th Census of the United States - 1860
Name Age Sex Race Occupation Real $ Pers $ Birth Place
Macon Co., NC - Burningtown District
Page 290B, H/F # 877/894 - Franklin PO
Richard Clampet 47 M W Carpenter 500 895 Stokes
Elizabeth Clampet 45 F W Ashe
Rebecca Clampet 22 F W Macon
Margaret Clampet 18 F W "
John Clampet 10 M W "
Louisa J. Clampet 8 F W "
Ann Clampet 83 F W Chatham

Richard and family were listed on the 1870 census in Macon in Burningtown Township.

9th Census of the United States - 1870
Name Age Sex Race Occupation Real $ Pers $ Birth Place
Macon Co., NC - Burningtown District
Page 275, H/F # 51/51 - Franklin PO
Richd Clampet 57 M W Farmer 500 393 NC
Elizabeth Clampet 50 F W Keeping House NC
Margarett Clampet 27 F W At Home NC
John Clampet 19 M W " NC
L. J. Clampet 17 F W NC
A. A. Teague 34 M W Farmer NC
Rebecca Teague 34 F W At Home NC

Richard and family were listed on the 1880 census in Burningtown Township.

10th Census of the United States - 1880
Name R-S Age Rel MS Occupation Birth Places
Macon Co., NC - Burningtown
Page 526, H/F # 56/56
R. Clampett W M 72 M Farmer NC-NC-NC
Elizabeth Clampett W F 67 Wife M Keeping House NC-NC-NC
Margarett Clampett W F 40 Dau S NC-NC-NC
Richard Teague W M 8 Gr-S S NC-NC-NC
Mary C. Teague W F 6 Gr-D S NC-NC-NC

Elizabeth Fouts Clampett died on 1 Jan 1892 and Richard Clampett died on 23 May 1895. I would assume they are buried at Burningtown Baptist Church Cemetery. I have not yet checked on this. They were members of that church.