The line of Francis Self, son of Stephen Self and grandson of "Olde Robert Selfe," is one of great historical interest.  Francis Self served under George Washington in the Virginia Militia (1754) and under General Braddock (1755).  His service in the French and Indian War was to be rewarded by a grant of land.  After nearly 20 years, he received 400 acres in Augusta County, VA in 1773.  Because of the delay, he spent much of his later life mired in lawsuits with squatters who also tried to lay claim to his land.  Francis Self left many descendants in Caroline County, VA., quite a few who still live there today.

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Cousin Caryn


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