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|== Further Sources ==||== Further Sources ==|
|-||*Kean, Robert H. "The History of the Graveyard at Monticello." [http://www.monticello-assoc.org/articles/graveyard.html http://www.monticello-assoc.org/articles/graveyard.html] (Reprinted from ''[[Short Title List|The Collected Papers of the Monticello Association]]'' 1: 3-26).||+||*Monticello Association. ''The Monticello Graveyard 1837-1883.'' http://www.monticello-assoc.org/articles/graveyard1837.html.|
|+||*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.|
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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 descendants, although there are some exceptions.
- ↑ 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
- ↑ Monticello Association Membership Advisory Committee Interim Report, Appendix 4. http://www.monticello-assoc.org/hemings/interim.html#a4
- Monticello Association. The Monticello Graveyard 1837-1883. http://www.monticello-assoc.org/articles/graveyard1837.html.
- Kean, Robert H. "The History of the Graveyard at Monticello." In Shackelford, Descendants 1:3-26. Available online at http://www.monticello-assoc.org/articles/graveyard.html.