John Fitzgerald Kennedy, the second child of Joseph and Rosa, was born in Brookline, on Beals Street, at 3 am on May 29, 1917. The boy was named after the Apostle and the father his mother, John Francis Fitzgerald. According to the old American tradition, people called John Jack.
Shortly after of John's birth the family had outgrown their house and the they moved to a huge mansion on Abbotsford Road. As a child, John was frail, caused by all sorts of diseases: from chicken pox to scarlet fever, from which he almost died. The most vivid memory of Kennedy from his childhood was the detour of constituencies with grandfather John in 1922, when he ran for governors.
Becoming a big economic figure in the center of America and having a capital of 2 million dollars, in 1927 Joseph Kennedy moved his family to the capital of exchange trading - New York (more precisely, in his mini-district Riverdale), and then in Bronxville.
Joe Kennedy's business had kept him away from the family for long stretches of time, and his ventures were concentrated on Wall Street and Hollywood. John Kennedy was killed on November 22, 1963 in Dallas, Texas; During the succession of the presidential cortege, shots were heard through the streets of the city. The first bullet hit the president in the neck from behind and came out from the front of the throat, the second hit the head and caused the destruction of the skull bones in the occipital part, as well as damage to the brain substance. President Kennedy was taken to the operating room, where half an hour after the assassination, his death was ascertained. In addition, the Governor of the State of Texas Connolly, who was traveling in the same car, was seriously injured, and one of the passers-by was also slightly injured.