Then Mr. Wright you write-
"At any rate we find that by October of 1774, they had married for a deed of property sale in October of 1774, which they name Zaccheus Wilson (Sr.) and wife ‘Frances’ with the selling of property just one of several transactions were she is listed as the wife France Russell (Rodgers) Wilson and Zaccheus Wilson (Sr.) selling land before locating to middle District of western North Carolina (now Tennessee). Frances Russell (Rodgers) was the daughter of David Russell of Mecklenburg County, who is named in the Will, written 1797, as his son-in-law.
Yes, Zacheus Wilson who died 1795 in Oglethorpe Co. GA had a wife named Frances, verified by a deed written in 1774 and who was written as his wife in his will, but it's only your supposition her name was Frances Russell, the daughter of David Russell. She was NOT mentioned in David Russell's will dated 1797, and there is no record in his probate of a daughter named Frances "Jinsey" Wilson.
In order words, you can not explain, other than making up some goofy story, who man named as son-in-law in the will of David Russell was.