From Clements, p 7: After Geoffrey's death, Elizabeth his wife came to Virginia in the ship "George" in the year 1611 and settled at Jamestown. On the ship to America, Elizabeth brought with her servants, Dorothy Green and Jeffress Hull, along with her four children: Jeremiah (Jeremy), Ezekiah, Nicholas and Elizabeth. She late remarried.
In 1624 the Muster of Capt. Ralph Hamar (of college lands of Virginia) was taken, listing: "Capt. Ralph Hamar, Mrs. Elizabeth Hamar, Jeremy Clements and Elizabeth Clements, her children."
Another possible son is William Clements who is listed dead in April of 1623 by William and Mary College, slain by savages, a student at the University, about 2 miles from Henrico.
Documentary History of Jamestown Island, Vol III: Biographies of Owners and Residents, Martha W. McCartney, National Park Service, Williamsburg, Virginia, 2000, p 84, in February 1624 Elizabeth was living in urban Jamestown with her brother (Jeremy II), her mother (Elizabeth) and her stepfather (Captain Ralph Hamor) on Study Unit 4 Tract L Lot G.
Adventurers of Purse and Person Virginia 1607-1624/5
Order of First Families of Virginia, 3rd Ed, 1987, p 19798
Came to Virginia with her family in the "George", 1617, and as Mrs. Hamor was listed, 1623/4, at James City with her second husband and two of her Clements children. The family was also listed at James City in the muster, 1624/5.
Mentioned in her uncle, Nicholas Fuller of Chamberhouse, Berkshire, who was a member of the Virginia Company, in his will left Februrary 19, 1619/20 - March 1, 1619/20. Mentions her as Elizabeth Clement, daughter of his brother Cuthbert Fuller, her late husband Jeffery Clement and her son Nicholas. Her first cousin, John Clements, son of John and Margery Clement, of Stepney, Middlesex, in his will, probated May 17, 1620, left to his uncle Clement's daughter [presumably Mrs. Elizabeth Clements] his interest in the ship "George".
On February 8, 1627/8, she petitioned the court, to relieve her of the responsibility of administering further the estate of Capt. Ralph Hamor, deceased, as she expected to go to England shortly. She died, probably in England, before March 30, 1630, when Tobias Felgate married Sarah PRice.