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THE LYNNFIELD ADVOCATE
– Friday, March 17, 2017
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~Lynnfield History~
A St. Patrick’s Day Reflection
Homecoming: JFK in Ireland, June 1963
By Helen Breen
Dublin
Twoyearsagowhile inDublin,
I took a tour of Leinster House,
a magnificent ducal residence
now the seat of the Irish Par-
liament. At the end of our visit,
we were led up an impressive
marble staircase. There hung a
beautiful green silk ceremoni-
al flag belonging to NewYork’s
“Fighting 69
th
” Irish Brigade led
by Irish patriot Brigadier Gen-
eral Thomas F. Meagher during
theAmericanCivilWar. Fittingly,
the banner was a gift from the
American people to the people
of Ireland (with the permission
of Congress) during the historic
four-day visit of President John
FitzgeraldKennedy to Ireland in
June 1963.
After leaving Leinster House,
Kennedy’smotorcadeproceed-
ed through the streets of Dub-
lin, where he was greeted by
tumultuous crowds. The same
scene would be repeated sev-
eral times in other cities and
towns throughout the coun-
try. His party then stopped at
the Arbour Hill Military Ceme-
tery in Dublin, the resting place
of 14 of the fallen leaders of
the 1916 Easter Rebellion, who
had been executed at Kilmain-
hamJail. Later, JFK toldhis aides
that his favorite part of the trip
was the wreath-laying and si-
lent drill done by the Irish Ca-
dets at the site.
The home place,
CountyWexford
The focal point of the sojourn
was JFK’s triumphal return tohis
ancestral home in New Ross,
County Wexford. There he was
greeted by a sea of American
flags and a boys’ choir singing
“The Boys ofWexford.”Sudden-
ly Kennedy “broke away from
his bodyguards and joined
the choir for a second chorus,
prompting misty-eyed reac-
tions from both observers and
the press.”
Then the President enjoyed
tea, cake and homemade salm-
on sandwiches with his cous-
in Mary Ryan and other mem-
bers of the clan, toasting “all
those Kennedys who went and
all thoseKennedyswho stayed.”
Nor did he forget his mater-
nal forebears, the Fitzgeralds.
His great-grandfather, Thomas
Fitzgerald, left Ireland during
the Great Famine, establishing
himself as a cooper in Boston.
JFK was greeted enthusiastically throughout Ireland during
his 1963 visit.
(Image – jfkhomecoming. com)
HISTORY
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