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Since 1998 and the DNA study, many historians have accepted that the widower Jefferson had an intimate relationship with Hemings, and fathered six children with her, four of whom survived to adulthood.
The Thomas Jefferson Foundation ( TJF ), which runs Monticello, conducted an independent historic review in 2000, as did the National Genealogical Society in 2001 ; both reported scholars who concluded Jefferson was likely the father of all Hemings ' children.
In an article that appeared in Science, eight weeks after the DNA study, Eugene Foster, the lead co-author of the DNA study, is reported to have " made it clear that the data establish only that Thomas Jefferson was one of several candidates for the paternity of Eston Hemings.

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