Three brothers from Chester, South Carolina migrated to the Hart/Barren/Hardin County area of Kentucky sometime in the mid- to late years of the first decade in the 19th century.  John, Edward, and Ezekial Self were always in hot water in South Carolina.  They were involved in miscellaneous thefts and lawsuits.  Ezekial was tried for the murder of his pregnant wife, Elizabeth, but he was acquitted.  Ezekial left no known descendants, but John and Edward had thirteen children between them who, in turn, had large families of their own.  From these colorful men have come some of the very nicest cousins we know. 

Cousin Stacey

Cousin Stacey


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