This is only a brief account, and readers are encouraged to read and examine all of the evidence For example,“. . . Robert Turner's 'The Jefferson-Hemings Controversy: Report of the Scholars Commission' (Carolina Academic Press, 2011) . . . presents a substantial argument for the position that Hemings's paternity is still unknown.” — Alan Pell Crawford, Wall Street Journal, Sat., April 14, 2012, p. C8.
However, while for some doubts may persist, an honest review of the arguments leaves one to wonder why the claims are so often accepted as truth.
By: J. David Gowdy, President & Founder, The Washington, Jefferson & Madison Institute
See also: "Thomas Jefferson vs. The Thomas Jefferson Foundation" https://wjmi.blogspot.com/2018/06/the-thomas-jefferson-foundation-vs.html