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HENRY RUSSELL





Born: 1754

Died: Dec 10, 1836

Burial: Otterbien Cemetery, Chesterfield, Madison County, Indiana

Service:Charles County, Maryland Oath of Fidelity, 1778 and served as a substitue for 3 years.

Proof: Charles Co, MD Liber X No 3, folio 645; muster of Maryland Troops Vol I page 330,
under the heading "Substitutes for Three Years".

Married: Chloe SAMALLWOOH

Children:

Lydia: BOrn 1788 in Maryland died 1838 in Indiana
married in Rowan Co., NC Stephen NOLAND

Henry : Born 1792 Died 1846 in Indiana
married 1816 to Rebecca GARNER in NC

Prior: Born 1798 Died 1876 in Indiana
married (1st) Anna HAYS (2nd)Sarah GAMBLIN (1807-1886)

Nancy: Born 1801 Died 1884,
married in 1824 to Brazelton NOLAND (1806-1883)

Zadoc: Born 1804 Died 186 married Margaret HAYS

Margaret: Born 1803, married in NC to James NOLAND

Chloe:

Mary:

Above info from Mrs Joseph BORDWELL Riverside, California

ANYONE WITH INFORMATION ON THIS PATRIOT
I'D APPRECIATE HEARING FROM YOU.Stephen D Franklin

The thirteen included on our web site Pioneers Cemeteries and Their Stories, Madison County, Indiana. were initially researched by Madison County historian Raymond Davis.


Henry Russell, Revolutionary War soldier, was at Valley Forge in 1777. He was born in 1754 and served as a private in Maryland's 1st Regiment. He died in 1836 in Chesterfield at eighty-two years. Henry is listed in the DAR Index of Revolutionary Patriots. Mr. Russell was one of the early Union Township pioneers. Henry's son, also named Henry, was a class leader in the Otterbein Church. This veteran's daughter Nancy was the wife of Brazleton Noland. Henry Russell's grave retains the memorial plaque placed there by the Daughters of the American Revolution. The Kikthawenund Chapter of the DAR had historian Edward J. Ronsheim, Sr., speak at the dedication ceremonies: "Only by preserving history are we fit to make it. These people braved the dangers of the frontier to establish that which we enjoy. Surely they earned from us a right to believe that the stones which mark their lives and deaths will be held as a sacred trust and historical tie between the past, today and the future."


Directions: Otterbein Cemetery, Chesterfield--from Anderson's Scatterfield Rd., go E on SR 32; turn right on first road, Industrial Way, past airport; turn right at T. Henry Russell, DAR plaque, and Capt. Litchfield unmarked.

Information and Photo courtesy of Melody & Tom Hull, Madison County, Indiana

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