You're welcome Amber.
Do you have Elizabeth's actual SS-5Form which costs $27?
If yes, than her place of birth should be on it as well as her parents names.
I'm sure you know that you go backwards from yourself locating documents on each generation. What you have?
I don't have a paid subscription to Ancestry so can only help out with what is out there for free.
You might want to look for the family on 1940, 1930, 1920 and 1910 census as the census should have "language spoken" by the parents. Look also for notation Na-naturalized; Al-alien or Pa-first paper.
Do you know religion of your ancestor?