Where and when was President John Fitzgerald Kennedy born?

President John Fitzgerald Kennedy (JFK) was born on May 29th, 1917, at his parent’s home in Brookline, Massachusetts.  He was delivered by their family physician doctor Frederick L. Good.

However, for some reason Dr. Good never filed the proper paperwork at the local hospital to officially record John F. Kennedy’s birth.

Sometime around John F. Kennedy’s sixteenth (16th) birthday in 1933 when he was trying to obtain a driver’s permit his parents discovered that his birth had never been officially recorded.   His parents then contacted Dr. Good and he filed a Delayed Certificate of Birth on June 30, 1933, so that John F. Kennedy could obtain his driver’s permit.

President John Fitzgerald Kennedy. Birth was supposed to have been reported, but evidently was not.

Below is a scan of President John Fitzgerald Kennedy’s DELAYED CERTIFICATE OF BIRTH.
1933. President John Fitzgerald Kennedy. Delayed Certificate of Birth.

I believe (but I don’t remember exactly) that I had a copy of doctor Frederick L. Good’s affidavit but I cant seem locate it.  I might have lost it or it might be buried under mountains of other documents that I have in my house.  If I do find it I will make a scan of it and upload it to my Patriot1980 scribd.com and then update update this blog report with an embedded link.

Where was JFK born?  When was JFK born?   JFK wandered around for 16 years with without a birth record.

If Barack Hussein Obama II really and truly does have some sort of ‘official’ (and not yet, if ever, available to the public) 1961 Hawaiian birth recorded was it obtained deceitfully via an August-1961-affidavit of a family member in Hawaii?   

Closing notes:

          1.   It appears that Dr. Good delivered all nine (9) of the Kennedy children.

          2.   President John Fitzgerald Kennedy’s CERTIFICATE OF DEATH (Texas) is embedded below for anyone that is interested.

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1963. President John Fitzgerald Kennedy. Certificate of Death.

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15 Responses to Where and when was President John Fitzgerald Kennedy born?

  1. Bruce says:

    Interesting post! I need to think about the topic some more before even attempting to make an intelligent comment.

    However, in the meantime, let me just trivially suggest that a correction may be necessary in the below quoted statement you made in the post:

    “Where was JFK born? When JFK was he born? JFK wandered around for 16 years with a birth record.”

    Did you perhaps intend to state something similar to the following?

    — Where was JFK born? When was JFK born? JFK wandered around for 16 years with no birth record. —

  2. @ Bruce:

    Thank you for your compliment on this blog report! And thank you for bringing the errors/typos to my attention. I’m glad you caught them. I have made the corrections now.

  3. miktaerg says:

    interesting

  4. taergmik says:

    interesting

  5. taergmik says:

    @ Lucas Daniel Smith: “If Barack Hussein Obama II really and truly does have some sort of ‘official’ (and not yet, if ever, available to the public) 1961 Hawaiian birth recorded was it obtained deceitfully via an August-1961-affidavit of a family member in Hawaii?”

    wouldn’t it then bear “delayed certificate” as JFK’s does ?

  6. taergmik says:

    Actually I would kindly like to see you post the full “pristine” version of your Obama bc.
    Thankyou

  7. @ taergmik:

    Hello Great Kim aka Mik Taerg,

    Good to see you old friend. You can post here for the time being but watch your step around here. The minute you start putting words in my mouth again, or making promises that you know that you cant keep, you are out of here.

  8. @ taergmik:
    taergmik wrote:

    wouldn’t it then bear “delayed certificate” as JFK’s does ?

    I´m not sure what words or title it would bear. Massachusetts is not Hawaii. Besides, I don´t believe that the long form, nor the short form, that have been disclosed online, in Obama´s name, are authentic documents. We have yet to see what Obama´s original Hawaiian birth record looks like, assuming that he even has one.

  9. @ taergmik:
    taergmik wrote:

    Actually I would kindly like to see you post the full “pristine” version of your Obama bc.
    Thankyou

    Why?

  10. @ taergmik:
    taergmik wrote:

    interesting

    I´m glad you noticed. And, yes, of course this blog report regarding JFK is interesting. I´m afraid that many of your fellow Obot associates are not critical, nor analytical, thinkers. These days I rarely waste time reading Obotopian websites because the writers, and most all of their cronies, lack when it comes to critical thinking and certainly when it comes to analytical thinking.

  11. Mik Taerg says:

    @ Lucas Daniel Smith:

    I have an idea but I don’t want to speculate. If you feel like posting it we will be able to discuss. Thanks

  12. Bruce says:

    Who would have ever thought that there would be anything unusual about the birth record of THE John F. Kennedy, member of the Kennedy Dynasty and 35th President of the U.S.A and that this deficiency would not be discovered for 16 YEARS! … AMAZING!

  13. Amanda Phillips says:

    Doctor Frederick L. Good was a Great Grandfather of mine.

  14. Bruce says:

    Amanda Phillips wrote:

    Doctor Frederick L. Good was a Great Grandfather of mine.

    Hi Amanda,

    Thanks so much for your interesting post here regarding your Great Grandfather, Dr. Frederick L. Good.

    I’m sure you and your entire extended family are very proud of him, and rightfully so!

    I did a brief ‘Google Search’ for his name and immediately came up with the following two interesting links. There were many to choose from!

    (1) – John F. Kennedy, XXXV President of the United States, Remarks at the President’s Birthday Dinner in Boston, May 29, 1961

    http://www.presidency.ucsb.edu/ws/index.php?pid=8159

    Excerpt:

    “So I come back to this old city, to express my thanks to all of you who are my oldest friends, beginning with Dr. Good, to express my appreciation for your confidence and support tonight, on past occasions, and I hope in the future, and I carry with me a message which is written on one of our statues by a distinguished and vigorous New Englander, William Lloyd Garrison, “I am in earnest, I will not equivocate, I will not excuse, I will not retreat a single inch, and I will be heard.”
    Thank you.

    Note: The President spoke at the Boston Armory. In his opening remarks he referred to John W. McCormack, U.S. Representative from Massachusetts; His Eminence Richard Cardinal Cushing, Archbishop of Boston; Governor John A. Volpe of Massachusetts; and John F. Collins, Mayor of Boston. Later in his remarks he referred to John M. Lynch, Massachusetts Democratic State Chairman; James Melen, District Court Judge of Massachusetts; poet Robert Frost; and Dr. Frederick L. Good of Boston. – (bold emphasis added in the above two paragraphs)
    ———————————
    (2) – Official Journal of the American Academy of Pediatrics, News and Announcements, March 1, 1958

    http://pediatrics.aappublications.org/content/21/3/514.abstract

    Excerpt:

    The 1957 Mennen Baby Foundation Awards (a Medallion and $250) for outstanding contribution to baby care were made Thursday, December 12, 1957, at the New York Academy of Medicine to: Dr. Bela Schick, Albert Einstein College of Medicine; Dr. Einor H. Christopherson, Executive Secretary, American Academy of Pediatrics; Dr. Samuel J. Fomon, Department of Pediatrics, State University of Iowa; Dr. Frederick L. Good, Boston City Hospital; The Minneapolis Tribune, and “Hi Mom” Television Program.

    The Awards were made to these outstanding persons and activities after being selected by an Executive Committee from more than 700 nominated by doctors, hospitals, newspapermen, radio and TV executives, and organizations concerned with baby care. – (bold emphasis added in the first paragraph above)

  15. ARNOLD CARL TAPP says:

    @ Bruce:
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