|Families||First names||Last names||Birth dates||Birthdays|
|Born:||14 January 1858 in Boston, MA|
|Occupation:||Dockhand, Saloonkeeper, Senator, Bank President|
|Note:||As a young man, Patrick dropped out of school to work on the docks of Boston.|
Patrick was able to work his way from being a SaloonKeeper to becoming a Ward Boss, helping out other Irish immigrants. His popularity rose and at the age of thirty he had become a power in Boston politics. In 1892 and 1893 he was elected to
the Massachusetts Senate.
Patrick later became a very successful businessman getting into wholesale liquor sales, owning a coal company and becoming the president of a bank.
His personality was mild-mannered, quiet and reserved, and he was viewed as a man of moderate habits.
|Born:||6 September 1888 in Boston, MA|
|Deceased:||18 November 1969 in Hyannis Port, MA|
|Buried:||in Holyhood Cemetery, Brookline, MA|
|Health:||Joe Kennedy was a very hard worker, which often deteriorated|
|Occupation:||Bank President, Ambassador|
|Note:||From the time he was a school boy he was interested in making money.|
He had an interesting hobby of tinkering with clocks.
Joe was a poor student, but good at athletics and had an attractive personality. He was able to overcome many ethnic barriers during his school years at Boston Latin, a protestant and primarily Yankee school.
Was one of the youngest Bank Presidents in US history.
He was fiercely proud of his family. He was quoted as having said his family was the finest thing in his life.
|Born:||1892 in Boston, MA|
|Patrick KENNEDY||Joseph KENNEDY||Joseph KENNEDY|
|Mary HICKEY||Rose FITZGERALD||John KENNEDY||Caroline KENNEDY|
|Jacqueline BOUVIER||Patrick KENNEDY|
|Eunice KENNEDY||Robert SHRIVER|
|Robert SHRIVER||Maria SHRIVER|
|Patricia KENNEDY||Christopher LAWFORD|
|Peter LAWFORD||Sydney LAWFORD|
|Robert KENNEDY||Kathleen KENNEDY|
|Ethel SKAKEL||Robert KENNEDY|
|Jean KENNEDY||Stephen SMITH|
|Stephen SMITH||Amanda SMITH|
|Edward KENNEDY||Kara KENNEDY|
|Virginia BENNETT||Patrick KENNEDY|