Lord Russell is a form of address used for several different members of the English family of Russell, including:
- The heir apparent, past or present, to the Earl or Duke of Bedford; the other sons of a Duke of Bedford are called Lord Russell
- Heirs apparent
- Francis Russell, Lord Russell (died 1585), son of 2nd Earl, MP for Tavistock
- William Russell, Lord Russell (1639–1683), son of 5th Earl, MP for Tavistock and Bedfordshire
It may refer also to:
- Other people
- Bertrand Russell (1872–1970), philosopher, mathematician, social critic, pacifist etc.
- John Russell, 1st Earl Russell (1792–1878), British Prime Minister
- Lord George Russell (1790–1846), British soldier, politician and diplomat
- Lord Odo Russell (1829-1884), British diplomat
- Lord William Russell (1767–1840), MP for Surrey and Tavistock
- Lord Arthur Russell (1825–1892), MP for Tavistock
- Albert Russell, Lord Russell (1884-1975), MP for Kirkcaldy
- See also
- Earl Russell
- Baron Russell of Killowen
- Baron Russell of Liverpool
- Baron Russell of Thornhaugh
- Lord Russell-Johnston
- Baron Ampthill, the title granted to Lord Odo Russell
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... Ketch's execution of Lord Russell at Lincoln's Inn Fields on 21 July 1683 was performed clumsily in a pamphlet entitled The Apologie of John Ketch, Esquire he alleged that the prisoner did ... he excused his performance with the claim that Lord Russell had failed to "dispose himself as was most suitable" and that he was therefore distracted while taking ...
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