Yes, Sanford Tewell who is buried in the Nelson Cemetery is my 4th gr-grandfather.As you probably already know, he was b. 27 Apr 1782 in VA and died 19 May 1849 in Jefferson Co.He was in the War of 1812, serving Sep-Oct 1814 from Kentucky; however, I have never seen any proof of this.He purchased land in Clermont Co. OH 4 Oct 1816 on 10 Mile Creek (64 3/4 acres).He was also clerk of the 10 Mile Baptist Church until 1825.He purchased 40 acres on 25 Nov 1847 from James & Cynthia Crank in Jefferson Co. His first wife was Mary ??, b. abt 1787 in Georgia and died 17 Jul 1842 in Clermont Co. OH.She is buried at the Wheeler-Short Cemetery in Pierce Twp. in Clermont Co. which I visited in 1981 but has since been destroyed for house addition.Also buried in same cemetery are William & Margaret Thompson Wheeler; William is an uncle of your John Buell Wheeler who married Elizabeth Tewell.Now, to answer your question, yes, I think Elizabeth might very well be the daughter of Sanford and Mary; however, I have no proof.I have the following children of Sanford & Mary: Daniel Huston Sr., b. 1800 probably in Mason Co. (my line); Arnold Zacuriah, b. abt. 1806 Mason Co.; Cornelia C., b. abt 1808, m. Sanford Jacobs; John, b. 1812.Elizabeth seems to fit in agewise as well as location wise.Also considering the family connections with the burials at Wheeler-Short Cemetery.I have been able to find the parents of Sanford Tewell and curious about wife Mary who was from Georgia.