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Son of US President Teddy Roosevelt. He was an explorer and served in both world wars.
He was a veteran of WW 2 and suffered from depression. According to the special on "The Roosevelts, an Intimate History" a film by Kenneth Burns, Kermit suffered from depression and was an alcoholic.
He committed suicide in 1943, but to protect his mother, who was in her 80's, she was told that he had died in his sleep of congestive heart failure.
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Kermit is 17 degrees from Vinnie Hoxie, 16 degrees from Frederic Remington, 16 degrees from Pablo Picasso, 22 degrees from Edgar Degas, 14 degrees from Alexander Calder, 18 degrees from Camille Claudel, 15 degrees from John Bacon, 17 degrees from Barbara Hepworth, 19 degrees from Norman Lindsay, 15 degrees from Frances Loring, 20 degrees from Florence Wyle and 20 degrees from Elaine Weatherall on our single family tree. Login to find your connection.