Cynthia Long


The Kennedy's


The Kennedy’s
Joe and Rose’s Children

Joseph’s plane was shot down near England during WWII
John was assassinated in 1963 of November Twenty-Two

Rose Marie Mary had a lobotomy because she was acting aggressively
Kathleen, wed Wm J Robt Cavendish and later died unexpectedly

Eunice married a great man, Lieutenant Robert S. Shriver
Patricia wed actor Peter Lawford, their marriage wasn't forever

Robert, another brother that was assassinated
Jackie then felt sure the Kennedy’s were hated

Married to Stephen Edward Smith
Jean was wed to him until his death

Edward late one night drove off a bridge at Chappaquiddick
Reporting the next day about Mary Jo Kopechne was horrific



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Submitted: Wednesday, December 04, 2013
Edited: Friday, April 04, 2014
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