Person    | Male  Born 29/5/1917  Died 22/11/1963

John Fitzgerald Kennedy

Of Irish descent, born in Brookline, Massachusetts. 35th President of the United States. Visited the UK twice: June 1963 to meet Prime Minister Macmillan; June 1961, to meet the Queen. Died in Dallas, Texas, when shot, but by whom? The answer's out there somewhere.

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John Fitzgerald Kennedy

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John F. Kennedy bust - Marylebone Road

The original bust was first installed in 1965 in Military Park, Newark, New J...

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John F Kennedy bust - new position

First installed on Marylebone Road, vandalism caused this bust to be removed ...

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John F. Kennedy memorial - Runnymede

Unveiled by the Queen in the presence of many members of the Kennedy family a...

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John F Kennedy - Newington Green Road

This estate is named in remembrance of John Fitzgerald Kennedy, thirty-fifth ...

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John F Kennedy - Princes Gate

The building used to be the residence for the United States Ambassador to the...

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