James Hemings
James Hemings (1765 – 1801) was an American mixed-race slave owned and freed by Thomas Jefferson. He was an older brother of Sally Hemings and is said to have been a half-sibling of Jefferson's wife ...
Who was James Hemings? - YouTube
May 1, 2009 ... Annette Gordon-Reed talks about enslaved cook, James Hemings, who accompanied Jefferson to France and was later granted his freedom.
Betty Hemings
Elizabeth "Betty" Hemings (c.1735—1807) was a mulatto slave, who in 1761 became the concubine of the planter John Wayles of Virginia. He had become a widower for the third time. He had six children wi...
Sally Hemings
Sarah "Sally" Hemings (c. 1773 – 1835) was an enslaved woman of mixed race owned by President Thomas Jefferson and reputed to have had a long-term relationship and six children with him, of whom four ...
Jefferson-Hemings controversy
The Jefferson–Hemings controversy concerns the question of whether there was an intimate relationship between U.S. President Thomas Jefferson and his mixed-race slave, Sally Hemings, that resulted in ...
Jefferson-Hemings controversy - Wikipedia