President John F. Kennedy had a total of eight siblings, including three brothers and five sisters. He was the second eldest child in his family.Continue Reading
John F. Kennedy's older brother was Joseph P. Kennedy Jr. His younger sisters included Rose Marie, Kathleen, Eunice, Patricia and Jean, but Rose Marie was referred to as Rosemary. His younger brothers were Robert and Edward. As of March 2014, Jean is the only living sibling.
The Kennedys' parents were businessman and ambassador Joseph P. Kennedy and philanthropist Rose Fitzgerald Kennedy. The family faced several well-publicized tragedies as several of the Kennedy children died prematurely. Like John F. Kennedy, his brother Robert was assassinated.Learn more about US History
Tatiana Celia Kennedy Schlossberg is the granddaughter of President John F. Kennedy and Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis. She is the middle child of Caroline Kennedy and her former husband Edwin Arthur Schlossberg, a designer.Full Answer >
Dwight D. Eisenhower served as president of the United States before John F. Kennedy. Eisenhower was first elected president in 1952, and he was re-elected in 1956.Full Answer >
John F. Kennedy first lived in Brookline, Mass. The family then moved to New York, and he attended high school and college in Connecticut. After serving in the military, John returned to Massachusetts to run for office and remained there until he was elected to the presidency.Full Answer >
John F. Kennedy and his wife Jackie had three children: Caroline, John and Patrick. They also had a stillborn baby who would have been named Arabella.Full Answer >