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  1. Mar 2, 2022 · Rosemary is pictured third from the right. Born on September 13, 1918, in Brookline, Massachusetts, Rosemary Kennedy was the third child of Joe and Rose and the first girl in the family. During her birth, the obstetrician who was supposed to be delivering her was running late.

  2. Rosemary Kennedy died from natural causes on January 7, 2005 at the age of 86, with her sisters Jean, Eunice, and Patricia, and brother, Ted, by her side. She is buried beside her parents in Holyhood Cemetery in Brookline, Massachusetts. Rosemary during her trip to Ireland. 1938. Photographer unknown. Copyright John F. Kennedy Library Foundation.

  3. Inside Rosemary Kennedy's Disastrous Lobotomy – And How Her Father Chose Her Doctor W hen she was just 23, Rosemary Kennedy underwent a relatively new procedure – a prefrontal lobotomy – that...

  4. Nov 21, 2022 · The Untold Story of JFK's Sister, Rosemary Kennedy, and Her Disastrous Lobotomy Over eight decades ago, JFK's troubled sister Rosemary was left disabled by a disastrous lobotomy ordered by her...

  5. Nov 13, 2022 · Rose Kennedy (center), wife of US ambassador to Britain Joseph Kennedy, with two of her daughters, Kathleen Kennedy (Marchioness of Hartington) and Rosemary Kennedy (right), leaving to be...

  6. Aug 15, 2016 · As Rosemary settled into life abroad, her circumstances continued to improve. Her parents enrolled her in a Montessori school, which traded the competitive qualities of Rosemary's home life for a more reassuring, confidence-building approach. Rosemary flourished, academically and socially.

  7. Jan 16, 2023 · Reports suggest Rosemary was separated from her family: Joseph Kennedy Sr. reportedly did not visit his daughter, while Rose did not make the journey to St. Coletta’s for 20 years. There are even claims that Rosemary’s siblings were initially not told about their sister’s whereabouts.

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