Re: Barbers of FL>GA.
My files has a Jemimah Barber who married John Peoples as probably being the daughter of Israel Barber who is found in the 1810 census in Camden Co., GA. Israel is said to have been the person who guided surveyors who established the Georgia Florida state line. He claimed to be the first white settler on the north edge of the Okefenoke Swamp as early as 1805.
In the 1830 census for Camden Co., Israel is listed as having in his household 1 female under the age of 5, 1 female between the ages of 5-10, and one female between the ages of 10-15.
My files do not show a daughter named Elizabeth but does show one named Nancy.
Israel Barber may have had a brother named William Barber who had a daughter named Elizabeth who would have been born in the 1815 time frame but I have not been able to document this to my satisfaction. However, it may give you a clue to start on. William Barber lived in Bryan and Liberty Counties in GA from 1805 through 1830.
This may be more of a confusion to you than a help but if you have any questions you may email me direct.