Monticello Graveyard

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-The '''Monticello Graveyard''' is owned by the Monticello Association, a group of lineal descendants of [[Thomas Jefferson]] and his wife, [[Martha Wayles Skelton Jefferson]]. Burials in the Monticello Graveyard are usually limited to direct descendants and their spouses, although there are a few exceptions.<ref>Monticello Association Membership Advisory Committee Interim Report, Appendix 4: Analysis of Non-Descendant Burials in the Monticello Graveyard, 1773-1999. http://www.monticello-assoc.org/hemings/interim.html#a4</ref> The most current public listing of burials in the Monticello Graveyard can be found on the Monticello Association website at http://www.monticello-assoc.org/burials.html. +The '''Monticello Graveyard''' is owned by the Monticello Association, a group of lineal descendants of [[Thomas Jefferson]] and his wife, [[Martha Wayles Skelton Jefferson]]. Burials in the Monticello Graveyard are usually limited to direct descendants and their spouses, although there are a few exceptions.<ref>Monticello Association. [http://web.archive.org/web/20060615204054/http://monticello-assoc.org/interim.html#a4 "Monticello Association Membership Advisory Committee Interim Report, Appendix 4: Analysis of Non-Descendant Burials in the Monticello Graveyard, 1773-1999."]</ref> The most current public listing of burials in the Monticello Graveyard can be found on the Monticello Association website.<ref>Monticello Association. [http://web.archive.org/web/20060619205513/http://monticello-assoc.org/burials.html "Persons Buried at the Monticello Graveyard, 1773 - 1997."]</ref>
== Footnotes == == Footnotes ==
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== Further Sources == == Further Sources ==
-*Monticello Association. ''The Monticello Graveyard 1837-1883.'' http://www.monticello-assoc.org/articles/graveyard1837.html.+*Monticello Association. [http://web.archive.org/web/20070916071631/www.monticello-assoc.org/articles/graveyard1837.html "The Monticello Graveyard 1837-1883."]
-*Kean, Robert H. "The History of the Graveyard at Monticello." In [[Short Title List|Shackelford, ''Descendants'']] 1:3-26. Available online at http://www.monticello-assoc.org/articles/graveyard.html.+*Kean, Robert H. "The History of the Graveyard at Monticello." In [[Short Title List|Shackelford, ''Descendants'']] 1:3-26. Available [http://web.archive.org/web/20080308090223/http://www.monticello-assoc.org/articles/graveyard.html online].
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The Monticello Graveyard is owned by the Monticello Association, a group of lineal descendants of Thomas Jefferson and his wife, Martha Wayles Skelton Jefferson. Burials in the Monticello Graveyard are usually limited to direct descendants and their spouses, although there are a few exceptions.[1] The most current public listing of burials in the Monticello Graveyard can be found on the Monticello Association website.[2]

Footnotes

  1. Monticello Association. "Monticello Association Membership Advisory Committee Interim Report, Appendix 4: Analysis of Non-Descendant Burials in the Monticello Graveyard, 1773-1999."
  2. Monticello Association. "Persons Buried at the Monticello Graveyard, 1773 - 1997."

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