Sally Hemings's father was allegedly her mother's owner, John Wayles, a white lawyer and slave trader of English descent who had emigrated to Virginia.As Wayles was also the father of Martha Wayles (Skelton) Jefferson, Thomas Jefferson's wife, Hemings and Martha Jefferson are believed to have been half-sisters.African-American slave Sally Hemings was believed to have been the mistress of Thomas Jefferson, author of the Declaration of Independence and third president of the United States.
President Franklin Roosevelt signed the Social Security Act in 1935 and Social Security taxes were first collected in January 1937, although no benefits were paid until January 1940.
After John Wayles's death, Hemings, along with her mother and siblings, moved to Monticello, Thomas Jefferson's Virginia home, as part of Martha Jefferson's inheritance.
Hemings arrived at Monticello when she was about three years old.
The second phase of construction on the site dates back to 1640, when the mansion started to be built.
Construction of the villa facing towards the east of Liguria was started by P D Cambiaso around 1773.