Ima Hogg, who died in 1975, contributed this item to a cookbook in 1971:
Mrs. James S. Hogg (1891-1895)
(Courtesy of her daughter, Miss Ima Hogg).
[There was no menu, but this note:] "a typical breakfast in 1890, and always served promptly at 7:00 a.m." began with "fresh clabber (for the children) or Oatmeal with thick cream" (We always had two Hereford cows and a calf)."
--The Old Bakery Bake Book, published by the Heritage Guild of Heritage Society of Austin in 1971, p. 197.
Maybe the clabber was why she lived to age 93.