Thank you - and yes, I finally found a date associated with her and she WOULD be too old.My thought then shifted to the stronger possibility that it may have been a neice -either Adkinson or Beasley.
The 1830 census of Britton T. & Sarah's household had not included a female of the appropriate age range to be my Elizabeth. Could have been an oversight, but could also mean she didn't live with Sarah & Britton.
I have no further proof, though there are some interesting aspects that someone more familiar with the Adkinson line than I am, may be able to easily discern.
There was a James Adkinson that owned the property adjoining the farm on which Charles & Elizabeth had settled there in Coffee Co.I found that out when I heard from a descendant of Charles & Elizabeth's daughter Mary Ann, because Mary Ann and her new husband James Martin purchased 40 acres from him (beside her parents) and were living on it when Elizabeth died in childbirth - their family oral history says Elizabeth is thought to be buried on their place.
After Elizabeth's death, Charles remarried, then a couple of years later moved to Santa Rosa Co. FL.Then Mary Ann and her husband James Martin (whose mother had been a Helms) sold their 40 acres BACK to James Adkinson, and settled elsewhere in Coffee Co. for the remainder of their lives.
So still a puzzle.Any thoughts on any of this would be much appreciated.