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Remy Hale
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Pro  July 5, 1826
 ThomasJefferson3rd U.S. President.
 SallyHemingsA servant and a concubine.
   Part One - The Dutiful Daughter
1  Charlottesville, 29 May 1781
 CharlesCornwallis1st Marques Cornwallis. Former Governor General of India.
 Gilbertdu MotierMarquis de Lafayette. French military officer.
 Polly Thomas Jefferson's daughter.
 MarthaJeffersonThomas Jefferson's wife.
 Caesar One of Jefferson's servants.
 Robert One of Jefferson's servants.
 Martha J.RandolphThomas Jefferson's eldest daughter. aka: Patsy.
 Caractacus A horse.
 WilliamShortMartha Jefferson's kinsman.
 JohnColesOne of Thomas Jefferson's acquaintances.
 Mr.JoplinOne of Thomas Jefferson's acquaintances.
 Mr.RoseOne of Thomas Jefferson's acquaintances.
 JackJouettCaptain in the 16th Regimen of the Virginia militia.
 JohnWaylesPatsy's grandfather.
 PatrickHenryOne of the Founding Fathers of the United States.
2  Monticello, 20 May 1782
 JamesMonroe5th president of the Unites States.
 Dr.GilmerMartha Jefferson's physician.
 Lucy Jefferson's young daughter.
 Nance One of Martha Jefferson's sisters.
 Critta One of Martha Jefferson's sisters.
 Betty Grandfather Wale's wife.
 Elizabeth Patsy's aunt.
 W.Hornsby19th century artist.
3MammyUrsulaLaundress and pastry cook.
4  Ampthill, 26 November 1782
 Col. ThomasRandolph Sr.Thomas Jefferson's bosom friend.
 Judith One of Colonel Randolph's daughters.
 Nancy One of Colonel Randolph's daughters.
 Mrs.RandolphColonel Randolph's wife.
 Thomas MannRandolph Jr.Colonel Randolph's son. aka: Tom.
   Annapolis, 28 November 1783
 Mrs.HopkinsonJefferson's acquaintance.
 Mr.CenasPatsy's tutor in dancing.
 Mr.BentleyPatsy's tutor in music.
 Mr.SimitiereTaught art and tutor for the French language.
 JimmyHemingsA chef.
5  Hartford, 11 October 1784
 Madamede LafayetteA French writer.
 JohnAdams2nd president of the Unites States.
 Abigail John Adams' wife.
 Francois-Jeande ChastelluxA military officer during the war of American Independence.
 KittyChurchPatsy's new acquaintance.
 Mariede BotidouxPatsy's true friend.
 ElizabethTuffonOne of the nieces of the Duke of Dorset.
 CarolineTuffonOne of the nieces of the Duke of Dorset.
 John FrederickSackville3rd Duke of Dorset.
 NabbyAdamsJohn Adams' daughter.
 GeorgeWashington1st president of the Unites States.
 Alexandrinede R.-ChabotDuchesse de La Rochefoucauld. aka: Rosalie.
 CharlesWillamosA Swiss-born adventurer.
6  Paris, 11 May 1785
 Francis W.EppesA planter and slave owner from Virginia.
 FrankEppesPatsy's uncle.
 BenjaminFranklinOne of the Founding Fathers of the Unites States.
 Marie-Antoinette The last queen of France before the French Revolution.
 Louis XIV King of France known as Louis the Great.
 Louis Renede RohanKnown as Cardinal de Rohan was a French bishop of Strasbourg.
 George VI Former King of the United Kingdom.
 MariaCoswayItalian-English artist and educationalist.
7  Paris, 12 October 1786
 JamesMadison4th president of the Unites States.
9James Jimmy Hemings' new name.
10ColonelSmithMr. Adams' secretary.
11  Paris, 18 April 1789
 Armand JulesHeraclePatsy's suitor. Son of the Duke of Polignac.
 Julesde Polignac1st Duke of Polignac, was a French nobleman.
 Madame de Tesse Lafayette's aunt.
12GeorgeBridgetowerBritish musician.
13LiliteRoyerMr. Short's lover.
14  Paris, 17 May 1789
 GeorgianaCavendishDuchess of Devonshire, was an English socialite and author.
15  Paris, 17 July 1789
 ThomasPaineOne of the Founding Fathers of the United States.
16  Monticello, 2 April 1790
 Madamede CorneyJefferson's friend.
 Mary HemingsBellSally's sister.
 ThomasBellA storekeeper.
 RichardRandolphJudith's husband.
18  New York, 30 May 1790
 GabriellaHarvieColonel Randolph's new wife.
 Molly Mary's daughter.
 ElizabethHemingsGrandfather Wales' concubine.
 Maria The name Polly wanted to call her. aka: Mary.
 Mirabeau The man who worked with Jefferson.
   Part Two - Founding Mothers
19  Monticello, 8 February 1791
 Ann Tom and Patsy's first child.
 TheoRandolphOne of Richard Randolph's brothers.
 JohnRandolphOne of Richard Randolph's brothers.
 Martin Sally's older brother.
 JackEppesPatsy's cousin.
   Monticello, 9 September 1792
 AlexanderHamiltonOne of the Founding Fathers of the United States.
 Thomas MannRandolphColonel Randolph and Harvie's son.
 Thomas J.RandolphTom and Patsy's son. aka: Jeff.
 Mr.HarrisonJudith's neighbor.
20  Philadelphia, 12 November 1792
 JohnMarshallAmerican politician served as the 4th Chief Justice of the U.S.
21GoverneurMorrisBecame the minister of France.
 JohnHarvieGabriella Harvie's father.
22Jenny Tom Randolph's little sister.
 BabHemingsJames' brother.
23  Monticello, 27 April 1797
 Ellen 1 Patsy's dead daughter.
   Monticello, 11 October 1798
 Stevens T.MasonAmerican politician who served as the first Governor of Michigan.
 Harriet Sally's daughter.
 Beverly Sally's son.
 Ellen 2 Patsy's daughter.
24  Varina Plantation 1 July 1799
 Cornelia Patsy's daughter.
 Jupiter Jefferson's old personal servant.
 BetsyHemingsPolly's maid.
25  Washington City, 16 January 1801
 Napoleon I Known as Napoleon Bonaparte, was a French military general.
 AaronBurrAmerican politician served as the 3rd vice president of the U.S.
 Francis Polly's son.
 Virginia Patsy's daughter. aka: Ginny.
   Washington, 18 April 1802
 Robert R.LivingstonOne of the Founding Fathers of the United States.
 PhilipHamiltonAlexander Hamilton's eldest son.
26  Monticello, 12 August 1802
 Dolley James Madison's wife.
 Madame D'EnvilleJefferson's acquaintance.
 MeriwetherLewisJefferson's new secretary.
27  The Richmond Recorder, 1 September 1802
 James T.CallenderA political pamphleteer and journalist.
 Mrs.WashingtonGeorge Washington's wife.
28John QuincyAdams6th U.S. President. Son of former president John Adams.
 ThomasMooreIrish writer, poet, and lyricist.
 Margaret B.SmithAmerican author and political commentator.
29  Washington, 23 January 1804
 Mary Patsy's infant daughter.
30  Washington, 1 July 1805
 RobertSmithUnited States Secretary of the Navy.
 Mr.WalkerJefferson's acquaintance.
 JackJouettAmerican farmer and politician in Virginia.
 WilliamClarkAmerican explorer, soldier, Indian agent and territorial governor.
 James M.HemingsNew son of Jefferson and Sally Hemings.
 Sidi SolimanMellimelliAmbassador to the Secretary of State.
 James M.RandolphSally and Tom's son.
31  Washington, 23 June 1806
 JudgeWytheJefferson's law teacher.
   Washington City, 2 July 1807
 CharlesBankheadAnn's husband.
 ThomasEstonJefferson's acquaintance.
 Benjamin F.RandolphTom and Patsy's son.
   Part Three Mistress of Monticello
32  Monticello, 21 January 1812
 Burwell Jefferson's new butler.
 EdmundBaconAmerican urban planner.
 Septimia Patsy's seventh daughter.
33  Monticello, 28 August 1814
 Louis H.GirardinJefferson's acquaintance.
 Francis ScottKeyKnown for writing the lyrics for the American national anthem.
 JaneNicholasJeff's girl.
 Mrs.NicholasJane Nicholas' mother
 Dr.BankheadCharles Bankhead's father.
34  Poplar Forest, 3 December 1816
 JohnnyHemingsSally's brother.
 Mr.De RothOne of Ellen's beaux.
 Mr.HughesOne of Ellen's beaux.
 Mr.ForneyOne of Ellen's beaux.
 Mr.LoganOne of Ellen's beaux.
 George W.RandolphPatsy's son.
35  Monticello, 1 January 1819
 NicholasTristA neighbor who wanted to marry Patsy's daughter.
36  Monticello, 22 April 1820
 JohnHolmesJefferson's acquaintance.
 DavidCampbellTom's acquaintance.
37  Monticello, 26 January 1822
 AlexanderKeechJefferson's acquaintance.
 George Patsy's son.
 JosephCoolidgeEllen's husband.
39Bonide CastellaneFrench nobleman and politician known as Marquis de Castellane.
41  Monticello, 17 February 1826
 JosephFossettAn enslaved blacksmith owned by Thomas Jefferson. aka: Joe.
Epi  Washington, 7 February 1830
 AndrewJackson7th president of the United States.
 PeggyEatonJohn Henry Eaton's wife
 John HenryEatonU.S senator from Tennessee and U.S. Secretary of War.
 NathanielTurnerAmerican preacher. aka: Nat.
America's Firt Daughter suggested by Patsy Robinson