Hi Cathe. Unfortunately, I can't answer your question, since I'm still looking for Elizabeth's parents too. The closest I have come to finding her origins is from her obituary in the Wadsworth Banner Press, 20 Jan 1916. Hope it helps you in some way:
Mrs. David Fulton, one of the oldest residents of this vicinity, died at her home in Guilford, at 3 o'clock Sunday morning, after a short illness of pneumonia. Although past ninety years of age, her death came as a surprise to many as her strength and activity were a marvel to all who knew her. Up to within a few weeks before her death, Mrs. Fulton was able to be around the house and assist her daughter in some of the lighter household duties. She has always been unusually healthy and never, before her last illness, required the services of a physician but her advanced years were not able to cope with the disease and the Angel of Death folded the careworn hands which had been ever ready to render help to the needy.
Mrs. Fulton's maiden name was Elizabeth Bauer and she was born in Northampton twp, Sutter co. Pa., on Aug. 8, 1825. Her death occurred on Jan. 16, 1916, making her age 90 years, 5 months and 8 days. At the age of seventeen she came to Ohio with her grandparents and settled in Guilford. The trip was made in a covered wagon and a large part of the distance was covered on foot. Later her mother was taken ill and Miss Bauer returned to the home of her parents for a time, eventually coming back to Guilford.
On May 15, 1855, she united in marriage to David Fulton who died Mar. 16, 1911. As a result of this union there remain to mourn the loss of an estimable woman, four sons, Samuel, Isaac, Amandus, and John; two daughters, Miss Sarah, who resided with her mother, and Mrs. Mary Ripley; also thirty-five grandchildren and twenty-five great grandchildren.
Funeral services were held Tuesday from the Jerusalem Lutheran church at Acme, of which deceased was a member, and were conducted by Rev. B.L. Westenbarger. Burial was made in the cemetery of the church. The grave closed about the silent form but the influence and memory of a beautiful life remain as a lasting and impressive monument.