Elizabeth Tweedy was the daughter of William Tweedy (1724-aft1806) and Catherine Pickens. She married Capt. Charles Simmons, a friend and neighbor of her father.
Deed Book E-187, 11-22-1798: We, Elizabeth Simmons, and John Simmons, widow and heirs of Charles Simmons, deceased of Laurens District SC in consideration of 500 silver dollars to Samuel Allison, 80 acres in Greenville District on the Saluda River, beginning on a beach and running N50E 40 chains to a stake, then S76E to a red oak, then S66, 16 chains to a white oak, then S40W, 21 chains to a post oak, then W 17 chains-50 links to a white oak on said river, then up said river to the beginning – originally granted Charles Simmons, deceased, as per grant recorded in the Secretary’s Office in Grant Book LL8?, page 210 of 80 acres. Signed by Elizabeth (x) Simmons and John Simmons. Witnesses were George Grace, John Bagwell, and Ezekiel Roland. Proved by oath of George Grace 25 Sept. 1799.
Supporting documents: Greenville County Deed Book E-187, 11-22-1798.
Elizabeth Tweedy Simmons was married to Charles Simmons. 
From Wayne Cunningham, "Deed of Gift, February 4, 1806....William Tweedy...I bear unto my son-in-law, Charles Simmons..."
Mentioned in the Will of Elizabeth Simmons, written October 7, 1883:
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