Facts and Events
- ↑ Georgia, United States. Georgia Marriages, 1699-1944. (Hunting For Bears, comp.).
Marriage date: 21 Dec 1819
Marriage place: Hancock, Georgia
- Evebard Hamilton Richardson, M. D. Sketch, in Knight, Lucian Lamar. A standard history of Georgia and Georgians. (Chicago [Illinois]: Lewis Pub. Co., 1917), pg 2391.
- Julia, the youngest daughter of Obediah and Jane (Bush) Richardson, became, in 1819, the wife of Judge Eli H. Baxter. Of this union six children were born. The eldest, Miss Elizabeth Baxter, was a woman of rare culture and remained unwed until her death, which occurred while she was traveling in Egypt, and after she had attained to advanced age; her remains were brought back to the United States and interred at Shreveport, Louisiana. Jane Baxter married Doctor Conwell, and her death occurred in 1890, in the City of Houston, Texas. Blondina Baxter married Andrew Springs, of Charlotte, North Carolina. Mary F. Baxter married Dr. J. S. Catliff, of Shreveport, Louisiana, who died in 1870. Louise married Col. Pulaski Holt, of Eatonton, Georgia.