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  John F. Kennedy - MSN Encarta
Kennedy was the second of nine children of Joseph Patrick Kennedy and his wife, Rose Fitzgerald Kennedy.
Rose Kennedy was the daughter of John F. Fitzgerald, who, as mayor of Boston, Massachusetts, was popularly known as “Honey Fitz.” Joseph Kennedy was the son of Patrick Kennedy, a successful businessman and a prominent Boston politician.
Kennedy hoped to fight in the war but in the spring of 1941 he was rejected by the U.S. Army because of the back injury he had received at Harvard.
encarta.msn.com /encyclopedia_761576731/Kennedy_John_Fitzgerald.html   (754 words)

 Kennedy political family   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-15)
The Kennedy family is a prominent family in American politics and government descending from the of Joseph P. and Rose Fitzgerald Kennedy.
The Kennedy family is often compared to Adams and the Bush families as among the great American political families.
Actor and California Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger is associated with the Kennedy family his marriage to television journalist Maria Shriver daughter of Eunice Kennedy and Sargent Shriver.
www.freeglossary.com /Kennedy_family   (1025 words)

 The Kennedy Family, Photos, Birthdays, Anniversaries
The earliest recorded event is the birth of FitzHarding, Robert `The in 1095.The most recent event is the birth of Kennedy, Brooke Elizabeth in 2003.
The Family View shows the person you have selected in the center, with his/her photo on the left and notes on the right.
Family photographs are organized in the Photo Index.
www.tribalpages.com /tribes/kennedyfamily   (249 words)

 Kennedy Family Values
In ''The Last Patrician: Bobby Kennedy and the End of American Aristocracy,'' Beran, a New York lawyer, argues that what Sirhan Sirhan ended the night Kennedy won the California primary was not a reinvigoration and restoration of Rooseveltian liberalism.
If Beran reads Kennedy's career correctly, what was at least latent in his thinking was indeed a harbinger of today's problematic emphasis on therapeutic government's supposed duty to deliver ''values'' as well as the mail.
But Kennedy was right: families cannot be severed from connection with communities, with their schools and churches and jobs and with their drug dealers, liquor stores and gangs.
partners.nytimes.com /books/98/05/24/reviews/980524.24willwt.html   (1344 words)

 Kennedy Family 1776-2001 Scotland to NZ   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-15)
Kennedy Family 1776-2001 Scotland to NZ Kennedy Family 1776-2001 Scotland to NZ Kennedy Descendants
Barbara Mary Kennedy was born on 22 September 1870 in Damtown, Westland, New Zealand (#1493), died on 19 June 1952 in Waikato Hospital, Hamilton, New Zealand (#1510) and was buried on 21 June 1952 in Otorohanga, New Zealand.
Frederick Chafe Kennedy was born on 15 October 1880 in Kumara, Westland, New Zealand (#3932), died on 06 September 1954 in Waihi, New Zealand (#2824) and was buried on 08 September 1954 in Morrinsville, New Zealand.
mywebpage.netscape.com /ryangenealogy/kennedytree.html   (4778 words)

 Senator Edward M. Kennedy   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-15)
In addition, Kennedy is active on a wide range of other issues, including education reform and immigration reform, raising the minimum wage, defending the rights of workers and their families, strengthening civil rights, assisting individuals with disabilities, fighting for cleaner water and cleaner air, and protecting and strengthening Social Security and Medicare.
Kennedy is currently the senior Democrat on the Health, Education, Labor and Pensions Committee in the Senate.
Kennedy declined the offer, saying he was flattered, but that he had plans to attend law school and to 'go into another contact sport, politics'.
kennedy.senate.gov /senator/index.cfm   (439 words)

 USATODAY.com - Kennedy family adds chapter with Patrick   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-15)
Kennedy initially blamed the accident on a reaction to prescription drugs that he was taking under a doctor's orders for a bout of stomach flu.
Kennedy did not immediately report the tragedy, and later pleaded guilty to leaving the scene of an accident.
William Kennedy Smith, another Kennedy cousin, was tried and acquitted of raping a woman in 1991 at the family's Palm Beach estate.
www.usatoday.com /news/nation/2006-05-06-kennedy-clan_x.htm?csp=34   (982 words)

 Kennedy Family
Their son, Sir Gilbert Kennedy, took a favorite personal name of those earls, and was the father of James Kennedy of Dunure who married Robert III's daughter.
When James II was accidentally killed by a cannon in 1460, Kennedy assisted his widow Mary of Gueldres in the government of the country and under took the education of the infant James III.
It was at this time that the family provided for one of the numerous children of Mrs Jordan and the future King William IV of England and III of Scotland.
moore.greystar.org /Kennedy_Family/kennedy_family.HTM   (855 words)

 JFK: Kennedy Family Tree
Joseph P. Kennedy, center, and his family pose while he was the ambassador to Britain.
Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis died May 19, 1994, of non-Hodgkin's lymphoma, a cancer of the lymphatic system.
Married Sheila Rauch in 1979; divorced in 1991.
www.sptimes.com /News/111199/JFK/family-tree.shtml   (439 words)

 Family History
Her family settled in Montgomery County, Pennsylvania, as far back as 1699.
Kennedy - descendents of John McClain Kennedy and Eliza Pate, and Roger Davis and Hattie Wright of Marion and Franklin Counties, Alabama.
Fleetwood/Jones - The McLeod, Jones, Morgan, and Fleetwood families of Georgia and Alabama.
www.kennedyreuther.com /CARFamily.htm   (561 words)

 Kennedy Family Members
Rose Fitzgerald Kennedy was the oldest of six children born to Josephine Hannon and John "Honey Fitz" Fitzgerald, a colorful and corrupt Boston politician.
Birthplace: New York, N.Y. Caroline, the daughter of John F. and Jacqueline Kennedy, was born in New York while her father was serving as a senator from Massachusetts.
The eldest child of Ethel and Robert F. Kennedy, and the eldest grandchild of Rose and Joseph Kennedy, Kathleen at first didn't appear to be destined for political office.
www.factmonster.com /spot/kennedybio2.html   (1242 words)

 The Kennedy Bloodline
To be a researcher and to be informed that the Kennedy family is a top 13 llluminati family is akin to being told a needle is in a haystack.
The Andrew Kennedy family is allied with the Hatfield, Bailey, Collins, and Mullins families.
Kennedy went on speaking engagements around the U.S. after he was relieved of his Ambassador post, and Kennedy made it sound like he was whole heartedly against the war.
www.thewatcherfiles.com /bloodlines/kennedy.htm   (6929 words)

 SignOnSanDiego.com > News > Nation -- Another chapter in a Kennedy family legacy of trouble and triumph
Kennedy's early morning car crash on Capitol Hill this week was grist for comics and conservative bloggers even before the Rhode Island Democrat and police could sort through the particulars of what had happened.
Edward Kennedy's name will forever be tied to the Chappaquiddick scandal of 1969, when his car ran off a bridge, killing his passenger, Mary Jo Kopechne.
In his book “Sons of Camelot,” Laurence Leamer wrote that of all the Kennedy grandsons, “none seemed less able to compete than Ted and Joan's youngest son Patrick.” As a youth, Leamer wrote, Patrick had an asthmatic condition that “if not psychosomatic, was clearly exacerbated by the tensions within his family.
www.signonsandiego.com /news/nation/20060506-0018-kennedy-family.html   (875 words)

 Camelot Village: Britain's Heritage and History
The Kennedy culfamily have been associated with the province of Carrick in south Ayrshire certainly since the end of the 12th century.
John Kennedy is the first to emerge into the light of history; in 1367 he is recorded as Steward of Carrick and about the same time he acquired the lands of Cassillis.
In 1945 the 5th Marquess and the Kennedy culfamily gave the castle and estate in to the care of the National Trust For Scotland.
www.camelotintl.com /heritage/castles/scotland/culzean/culfamily.html   (400 words)

 Another Kennedy family tragedy   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-15)
The remains of the Kennedy aircraft are being sought near Martha's Vineyard, Mass.
A plane carrying Kennedy, son of the assassinated president and nephew of the assassinated senator, crashed Friday night (July 16) near Cape Cod.
In 1963, the salute of young "John-John" Kennedy at his father's funeral became a bittersweet example of courage to a nation in mourning.
whyfiles.org /updates/kennedy   (175 words)

 Danz Family: Rosemary Kennedy Dies
Doctors told Joseph Kennedy that a lobotomy, a medical procedure in which the frontal lobes of a patient's brain are scraped away, would help his daughter and calm her mood swings that the family found difficult to handle at home.
As late as 1958 the family was maintaining the fiction that Rosemary had become a quasi nun in Wisconsin, content to renounce the glamorous world of her siblings to teach less fortunate children.
And the Kennedy family can't blame it all on Joseph because he died in 1969 and they could have easily brought Rosemary home to be near her family for the last 35+ years of her life...but, then who wants a retard living nearby.
www.danzfamily.com /archives/2005/01/rosemary_kenned.php   (3987 words)

 Kennedy family - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The Kennedy family is a prominent Irish-American family in American politics and government descending from the marriage of Joseph P. and Rose Fitzgerald Kennedy.
The Kennedys are often compared to the Adams, Bush, and Taft families as among the most influential American political families.
Likely dyslexic and considered to be slightly brain-damaged from birth, Rose Marie Kennedy (her christening name) was rendered incapable of intelligible speech or caring for herself by a lobotomy, requested by her father, Joe Sr., that was intended to cure her increasing mood swings and make her more manageable.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Kennedy_political_family   (1104 words)

 Family Tree
Kennedy was one of Franklin Roosevelt’s prime financial backers in his 1932 presidential campaign.
The Kennedy family patriarch suffered a stroke in 1961 while playing golf in Palm Beach, Fla.; he was paralyzed and virtually unable to speak until his death eight years later.
Kennedy's gallant courage during the tragedy of her husband's assassination won her the admiration of the world.
www.kennedy-web.com /tree.htm   (2104 words)

 Amazon.com: Kennedy Weddings: A Family Album: Books: Jay Mulvaney   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-15)
It's often said that the Kennedys are the closest thing to royalty that we Americans have, and it's true that we share an obsession with them that parallels the British obsession with their royal family.
The images of the Kennedy family weddings are at once glamorous beyond imagination and everyday in their focus on family and the rituals of marriage.
Kennedy Weddings is the result of years of extensive research and has benefited from the unprecedented cooperation of many members of the Kennedy family, most especially of Senator Edward Kennedy's office.
www.amazon.com /Kennedy-Weddings-Family-Jay-Mulvaney/dp/0312242085   (1437 words)

 American Experience | The Kennedys | Timeline | PBS
September 6: Joseph Patrick Kennedy is born in Boston to former stevedore, saloon owner, and local politician Patrick Joseph Kennedy and his wife Mary Augusta Hickey, daughter of an affluent family from suburban Brockton, Massachusetts.
July 10: Joe and Rose Kennedy's third daughter, Eunice Kennedy, is born.
March 13: The Kennedy family attends the coronation of Pope Pius XII.
www.pbs.org /wgbh/amex/kennedys/timeline/index.html   (936 words)

 Ted Kennedy
My husband and the Kennedy family have captured the hearts and minds of millions with their generous public service and dedication to ending injustice wherever they may find it.
Senator Edward M. Kennedy, Democrat of Massachusetts, said that seeing the briefs is the only way lawmakers can determine whether the Bush administration manipulated intelligence to justify the war—and the best way to ensure that future presidents and Congress are on the same page when it comes to crucial intelligence matters.
Kennedy’s amendment is part of Democrats’; effort to turn up the pressure on Bush to open intelligence reports that have so far remained under wraps.
tedkennedy.com /family   (508 words)

 John F. Kennedy Family Service Center (Charlestown) | Action for Boston Community Development   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-15)
Because of the need to demonstrate results, Kennedy Center staff have developed a more extensive case management approach to their work with families.
Family work plans with measurable milestones are used and monitored by the Center's case managers.
The family counseling services are among those most frequently used by the community.
www.bostonabcd.org /people/jfk.htm   (394 words)

 Kennedy Society of North America
This Kennedy was the King of Thomond (north Munster Province) and was killed by the Norsemen of Limerick in 951 A.D. This Irish clan were the left hand of the powerful Dál gCais Tribe of Thomond, headed by Clan O’Brien.
From this Highland branch, Kennedys settled on the Isle of Skye.
Family Tree Maker is excellent for those interested in scrapbooking because it prints multiple styles of reports, some quite fancy.
www.kennedysociety.net /genealogy.htm   (1346 words)

 Sons of Camelot and The Kennedy Men: Books by Laurence Leamer
If "Kennedy" and "Skakel" were chemicals in a scientific lab, the researchers would have been warned to mix them only under extraordinary circumstances.
I think most of the Kennedys would say that I am trying very hard to write honest books about them, even if they think that my focus in places may be off, or if I miss something, or if they are angry about something revealed that they thought should have stayed secret.
Yet, you manage to strip away the gloss that has been building up over the Kennedy family for nearly a century and present it in a completely unbiased way, hiding nothing, including the almost Machiavellian struggle of the Kennedys to attain and keep power.
www.kennedymen.com /ask/faq.asp   (1909 words)

 The History Place - JFK The President   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-15)
John Fitzgerald Kennedy takes the oath of office and becomes the 35th President of the United States of America, January 20, 1961.
Another preoccupation of the Kennedy White House is the struggle of African-Americans for equal treatment.
The body of President Kennedy is then taken to Arlington National Cemetery for burial.
www.historyplace.com /kennedy/president.htm   (1520 words)

 The Tomaszewski Family Tree Kennedy Branch   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-15)
We originally posted the Tomaszewski Family Tree as a single webpage that grew to contain over 200 printed pages.
Should you discover we share a common ancestor, or if you can fill in some of our missing details, we would really appreciate receiving ">E-mail from you with the details, and if possible a URL where your researches are posted.
This will allow us to add an appropriate link to join our family trees, making the work more interesting and useful to ourselves and to others.
tomaszewski.net /Family/Tree/Kennedy.shtml   (480 words)

 TIME 100: The Kennedys
The Kennedy clan, the pre-eminent American political family of our time, seems to be cast in the stars, the distant stuff of legend.
Members of such a Beltway family would have as good a chance as not to pass Ethel Kennedy, Bobby's widow and still the exuberant duchess of Hickory Hill, while driving to work along the Potomac River parkways.
The founding father of the clan, Joseph Kennedy, came from immigrant stock with all the eccentric genius and anger of his blighted kin, but he was touched by the magic of America.
www.time.com /time/time100/heroes/profile/kennedys01.html   (451 words)

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