Person:Lydia Russell (1)

Watchers
m. ABT 1720
  1. George Russell1720 - 1796
  2. Joseph Russell1723 -
  3. Lydia Russell1726 - BEF 1788
  4. Solomon Russell1729 -
  5. Anna Russell1734 -
  6. Sarah Russell1735 -
  7. Jonathan Russell1736 -
  8. Nathaniel Russell1738 -
m. ABT 1743
  1. Mordecai Bean1744 - 1814
  2. Captain William R. BeanABT 1745 - 1799
  3. Robert Bean1750 - 1793
  4. George BeanABT 1754 - ABT 1820
  5. Jesse Bean1756 - 1827
  6. John BeanABT 1760 - ABT 1811
  7. Edmund BeanABT 1763 - 1807
  8. Jane BeanABT 1766 - 1798
  9. Sarah BeanABT 1768 - 1861
  10. Russell Bean1769 - 1826
Facts and Events
Name Lydia Russell
Gender Female
Birth? 29 SEP 1726 North Farnham Parish, Richmond, Virginia
Marriage ABT 1743 Northumberland County, Virginia or Greensboro, Guilford, NCto Capt William "Billy" Bean
Other[3] July 1776 captured by hostile Cherokee Indians
Death? BEF 18 JUN 1788 Washington County (now Grainger County), Tennessee
Burial[1] unknown

Lydia was captured along with 13 year old Samuel Moore in July 1776 by hostile Cherokee Indians. Rescued by Nancy Ward, "Beloved Woman" of the Cherokees. N2

References
  1. #58612708 , in Find A Grave.
  2.   Website: Bean Geneology, Bean Notables and Anecdotes
  3. Records of Record of Births 1661-1810 Northumberland County, Virginia, abstracted and published by Beverly Fleet. Notes: Lydia Russell, sister of George Russell was probably not born in North Farnham Parish. Parish records indicate that the Lydia born there was the child of Joseph and Sarah Russell. There was a George Russell born in North Farnham Parish around the same time (30 Nov 1720) but parish records indicate his parents were George and Mary Russell. This research has also not found proof that William and Lydia married in Guilford County, North Carolina.