A biography on Eyeneer Music Archives

  A very detailed biography by the poet and blues researcher Samuel Charters.
     It is an extract taken from 'The Bluesman' by Samuel Charters, Oak 
      Publications 1967, New York. on the 78 Records Web Space

There is also a biography with some Lemon Jefferson's music at the
       website created by Bill Salmon, dedicated to Lemon Jefferson and the 
       Country Blues or Holler Blues of Central Texas 

  It is a biography at the Blue Flame Cafe with a recording song "See That 
      My Grave Is Kept Clean" and some hyperlinks to other blues singers, like 
      Bessie Smith, Ma Rainey, Ida Cox, Lightnin Hopkins, B. B. King, and 
      Blind Willie McTell.

  A biography and an introduction to his songs--"History of the Blues: 
     Blind Lemon Jefferson" by Cindy Dumas at the BLUES NEWS sponsored 
      by Packed House Entertainment.

  A short introduction of Blind Lemon Jefferson at Blues Historical Tours.

  A gravestone for Blind Lemon Jefferson:

       --An online essay by Don O., entitled "Finally! A Grave Marker for 'Blind'
      Lemon Jefferson," is about the recently completed effort to buy a gravestone 
       for Blind Lemon.  It is at the website dedicated to Lemon Jefferson and 
       the Country Blues or Holler Blues of Central Texas created by Bill Salmon.

      --Picture of his headstone taken by Don Ottensman.

      --A brief statement by one of the key people involved in buying the headstone. 
         He discusses his visit to Dallas and the grave where Blind Lemon is buried. 

It is from the Blues Gallery by Neil Harpe.