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Francis X. Morrissey, at 97; was judge, longtime Kennedy confidant

Francis X. Morrissey began working for John F. Kennedy when he won election to the US House of Representatives in 1946. Francis X. Morrissey began working for John F. Kennedy when he won election to the US House of Representatives in 1946. (globe file/1953)
By Edgar J. Driscoll Jr. and David Abel
Globe Staff / January 2, 2008

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Francis X. Morrissey, a retired Boston Municipal Court judge from West Roxbury who served as an aide to President John F. Kennedy, died Thursday at Massachusetts General Hospital. He was 97. (Full article: 852 words)

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