Ann Scott was baptized 17 Aug 1760, Sutton Coldfield, Holy Trinity, Warwickshire, England
Ann married William Bean, son of William and Naomi (Bates) Bean.
The children of Ann and William were probably born in Old Burke County, North Carolina:
Peter Bean, born 1774, in North Carolina, married Frances (?nee)
William Bean, born 1777, died 1809, Lincoln County, Missouri, married Anna Buckalew
Thomas Bean, born 1778, died after 1827, married Elizabeth Martin
Walter Bean, born 1779, Burke County, North Carolina, died 1883, Gallatin County, Illinois married Elizabeth McGaillard
John Jacob Bean
Jenny Mary Bean, born 1785, married James Bell on February 17, 1803, in Smithland, Kentucky
Ransom (Randall) Bean, born 1785, in North Carolina, appeared on the 1850 census of Franklin County, Tennessee
Naomi Bean, born
James Bean, born 1785, in North Carolina, died 1832, in Corydon, Harrison County, Indiana, married Sarah Littel
Connor Bean, born 1793-94, in North Carolina, died 1858-9 in Bean Holler, Franklin County, Tennessee, married Rosana Ryal
Martha Bean, married James D. Dobbins on August 26, 1822, in Caldwell County, Kentucky
↑ Warwickshire, England, Church of England Baptisms, Marriages, and Burials, 1535-1812 Warwickshire County Record Office; Warwick, England; Warwickshire Anglican Registers; Roll: PG 2972; Document Reference: DR(B) 2/7
Clan MacBean in North America, Volume III, Second Edition Revised 1995, by Joseph S. Bean, page 269-271
It may be possible to confirm family relationships with Ann by comparing test results with other carriers of her mitochondrial DNA.
However, there are no known mtDNA test-takers in her direct maternal line.
It is likely that these autosomal DNA test-takers will share DNA with Ann: