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  1. Patrick Joseph Kennedy (January 14, 1858 – May 18, 1929) was an American businessman and politician from Boston, Massachusetts. He and his wife Mary were the parents of four children, including future U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission Chair and U.S. Ambassador to the United Kingdom Joseph P. Kennedy Sr. Their grandchildren ...

  2. Patrick Joseph Kennedy (Boston, Massachussetts, 14 de enero de 1858-Boston, 18 de mayo de 1929) fue un empresario y político estadounidense, figura mayor en el Partido Demócrata de Boston y el abuelo paterno del presidente John F. Kennedy.

  3. John Fitzgerald Kennedy ( Brookline, Massachusetts, 29 de mayo de 1917- Dallas, Texas, 22 de noviembre de 1963) fue un político estadounidense que se desempeñó como el trigésimo quinto presidente de los Estados Unidos. También fue conocido como Jack por sus amigos o por su sobrenombre JFK .

  4. Accompanied by his wife and children, now numbering nine since the birth in 1932 of the fourth son and last child, Edward M. Kennedy, Joseph P. Kennedy was greeted with enthusiasm by the British public, and for a while Kennedy and his family were popular celebrities in England.

  5. Joseph Patrick Kennedy ( Boston, Massachussetts; 6 de septiembre de 1888- Hyannis Port, Massachussetts; 18 de noviembre de 1969) fue un inversor, empresario y diplomático estadounidense . También fue padre del presidente John F. Kennedy y de los senadores Robert y Ted Kennedy.

  6. Patrick Joseph Kennedy II (born July 14, 1967) is an American retired politician and mental health advocate. [1] From 1995 to 2011, he served as a Democratic member of the United States House of Representatives from Rhode Island's 1st congressional district, and was the first Generation X member of congress when he was elected in ...

  7. Joseph P. Kennedy (born September 6, 1888, Boston, Massachusetts, U.S.—died November 18, 1969, Hyannis Port, Massachusetts) was an American businessman and financier who served in government commissions in Washington, D.C. (1934–37), and as ambassador to Great Britain (1937–40).