Thomas jefferson children?
Martha 1772-1836 Jane 1774-1775 Mary 1778-1804 Lucy 1780-1781 Lucy 1782-1785
There is still argument about how many children Jefferson fathered. One of his children- a daughter, was considered a First Lady of the US. There are claims that Jefferson also fathered children with a slave that was his wife's half sister- Sally Hemmings. Wikipedia has a good article on Thomas Jeffereson with links to some of his children by his wife.
Peter Jefferson's children were as follows: * Jane Jefferson (1740-1765) * Mary Jefferson (1741-1811) * Thomas Jefferson (1743-1826) * Elizabeth Jefferson (1744-1774) * Martha Jefferson (1746-1811) * Peter Field Jefferson (1748-1748) * Unnamed son (1750) * Lucy Jefferson (1752-1810) * Anna Scott Jefferson (1755-1828) * Randolph Jefferson (1755-1815)
Francis W. Eppes, Anne Cary Randolph, Thomas Jefferson Randolph, Ellen Wayles Randolph, Ellen Wayles Randolph, Cornelia Jefferson Randolph, Virginia Jefferson Randolph, Mary Jefferson Randolph, James Madison Randolph, Benjamin Franklin Randolph, Meriwether Lewis Randolph, Septimia Anne Randolph, & George Wythe Randolph.(Thomas Jefferson had 15 Grand-children, 12 of whom lived to adult-hood.) I assume you mean, "What was Thomas Jefferson's grand-daughter's/grand-son's name?" Or, "Who were Thomas Jefferson's Grand-children?" Thomas & Martha Jefferson had five daughters and one…
Children: Martha Washington Jefferson Jane Randolph Jefferson stillborn son Mary Wayles Jefferson Lucy Elizabeth Jefferson I Lucy Elizabeth Jefferson II. For the source and more detailed information concerning your request, click under the related links section (Wikipedia) indicated directly below this answer section.
Yes, Jefferson had a family. He had six children with his wife Martha Wayles Skelton Jefferson. She died giving birth to their sixth child. There is wide speculation that Jefferson had children with one of his slaves, Sally Hemings. DNA evidence published in 1998 has convinced many historians that at least one of Sally's children, if not all six, were Jefferson's.