The widow Elizabeth Boggs McKee then married a man, surname Baxter, sometime around 1845. I have yet to locate this family in the 1850 census, and Elizabeth Baxter seems to show up as a widow again in the 1860 census, with 2 children, a daughter Sarah and son Jackson. Jackson Baxter, often enumerated simply as "J. B. Baxter", appears in later census in Hutchinson, Reno Co., Kansas. "Jackson B. Baxter" also has a affidavit in the Civil War pension file for his half-brother David Boggs McKee (and wife Cora)
More About Elizabeth Boggs:
Burial: Baker Cemetery; Tarkio Twp., Page, Iowa
Census1: 1860, Butler Twp., Butler, Pennsylvania
Census2: 1870, Butler, Butler, Pennsylvania
Census3: 1880, Tarkio Twp., Page, Iowa
WikiTree profile Boggs-303 created through the import of familysearch export.ged on Aug 31, 2011 by Jeff Thomas.
Thank you to John McVey for creating WikiTree profile Boggs-630 through the import of Hopkin Thomas 2500.ged on Oct 10, 2013.