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Gravesites 2



Spike O'Donnell's grave in St. Mary's cemetary.
(Courtesy of Mr. Larry Raeder )






William H. McSwiggin in Mt. Carmel cemetary. He was a prosecutor who was mowed down allegedly by Capone wielding a machinegun trying to hit a rival gang.
 (Photo courtesy of Larry Raeder).





Roger Touhy under original name Towey. Roger's name is not on stone.
Mt. Carmel cemetary.
 (Photo courtesy of Larry Raeder).





Gangster Danny Stanton  Mt. Olivet Cemetary.
 (Photo courtesy of Larry Raeder).






Close up of flat marker for Daniel "Danny" Stanton, Capone gangster who killed Jack Zuta.
 (Photo courtesy of Mr. Josh Perry)





James " Fur" Sammons .Notice the "s" at the end is omitted. Mt. Olivet
 (Photo courtesy of Larry Raeder).





James headstone at Sammon Monument.
 (Photo courtesy of Larry Raeder).





John "Mitters" Foley murdered by Saltis,OBerta,Koncil and Herbert.
Mt. Olivet.
 (Photo courtesy of Larry Raeder).





Dynamite "Joe" Brooks of the Sheldon gang who was murdered along with Ed Harmening.
Mt. Olivet.
  (Photo courtesy of Larry Raeder).




Eliot Ness and family memorial in Cleveland.
(Photo courtesy of Ellen Poulsen)





Close  up view of  monument.
(Photo courtesy of Ellen Poulsen)






Frank Augustus Lake
(Photo courtesy of Mr. Josh Perry)





Special thanks to Josh Perry who did the detective work on this one.
Lake is at Holy Sepulchre Cemetary in Southfield, Michigan.





Gus Winkeler, killed in Chicago and buried at Park Lawn Cemetary in St. Louis.
Special thanks to Mr. John Winkeler






Gus' sister, mother and father
Special thanks to Mr. John Winkeler





August Winkeler (Gus).
Special thanks to Mr. John Winkeler






Georgette Bence Winkeler Marsh. She was Gus Winkler's wife who written a story in Famous detective about the Capone gang and her first husband's untimely demise.
She is located at Crown Point Cemetary.
(Photo courtesy of Anonymous)







 Guzik / Garnett monument in Oakwoods cemetary.
Photo by Joe Walters







The only man Al Capone really trusted. Jack "Greasy thumb" Guzik
Photo by Joe Walters







Willie Heeney monument.
(Photo courtesy of Joe Walters).



Heeney in Mount Carmel cemetary.




Willie Heeney's marker.
(Photo courtesy of Joe Walters).








Heeney's wife
(Photo courtesy of Joe Walters).










John "Bathouse" Coughlin's mausoleum in Calvary cemetary.
(Photo Joe Walters)







These following gravesites come to us through the kindness and courtesy of Mr. Josh Perry, who did a marathon of Chicago grave hunting.
Not to discouraged by the unhelpfulness of the staff at some cemetaries, he came up with the following treasure trove of gangster's final resting places.


Joseph "Joey Doves" Aiuppa at Queen of Heaven. Took over Capone's old Hawthorne hotel that later became Towne Hotel and Restaurant. Involved in gambling rackets and enjoyed big game hunting.
(Photo courtesy of Mr. Josh Perry)






At Mt. Carmel.
Torrio / Capone chauffeur shot in the back by the Northside gang. Had a brother Robert that also chauffered for the gang.
(Photo courtesy of Mr. Josh Perry)







James "Bomber" Belcastro. Explosives expert for the Capone gang. At Mt. Carmel.
(Photo courtesy of Mr. Josh Perry)





(Photo courtesy of Mr. Josh Perry)









Samuel "Nails" Morton monument.
O'Banion friend and partner who was killed while riding a horse in Lincoln park.
Jewish World War 1 hero and gangster.
(Photo courtesy of Mr. Josh Perry)







 Morton's headstone at Waldheim Jewish cemetary.
(Photo courtesy of Mr. Josh Perry)







Philip D'Andrea "Dandy Phil" at Holy Sepulchre.
Capone bodyguard who was caught during Capone tax trial with a gun in court trying to menace jurors.
(Photo courtesy of Mr. Josh Perry)







Terence Druggan referred along with Frankie Lake as the Clown gangsters because of their nerdy look (glasses). These were nonetheless dangerous gangsters who were the real ones who probably invented the one way ride.
(Photo courtesy of Mr. Josh Perry)







At. Mt. Carmel. Gangster killed machinegun style along with States attorney McSwiggin, and fellow gangster Jim Doherty.
Triggerman is supposedly Al Capone who decides to take matters in his own hands for beer territory encroachments.
(Photo courtesy of Mr. Josh Perry)






Close up of flat marker
.(Photo courtesy of Mr. Josh Perry)






(Photo courtesy of Mr. Josh Perry)
Maurice "Mossy" Enright, Chicago labor racketeer at Mt. Olivet.







Close up of Enright marker.
(Photo courtesy of Mr. Josh Perry)








John E. Moore, aka Claude "Screwy" Maddox at Queen of Heaven.
Capone henchman originally from St. Louis who ran the Circus gangs on the Northside. This area was heavily involved with the St. Valentine's day massacre.
(Photo courtesy of Mr. Josh Perry)





Close up of Maddox entombment.
(Photo courtesy of Mr. Josh Perry)





Ragtime Joe Howard at Mt. Olivet. Got in an argument with Capone. Al took out a gun and shot him to death in front of witnesses who mysteriously all had amnesia.
(Photo courtesy of Mr. Josh Perry)







At Mt. Olivet. Mike McDonald, gambler and gangster who became very powerful in Chicago before Capone.
(Photo courtesy of Mr. Josh Perry)








Patrick "Paddy" Murray in Mt. Carmel. Northside gangster killed with Hymie Weiss in the street in front of Schofield's. His death photo lying on the sidewalk is always misrepresented as being that of Weiss.
 (Photo courtesy of Mr. Josh Perry)




(Photo courtesy of Mr. Josh Perry)




Vincent McErlane, younger brother of psychopath gangster Frank McErlane.
(Photo courtesy of Mr. Josh Perry)






Oakwood Cemetary. William O'Donnell, West side gangster and bootlegger.
(Photo courtesy of Mr. Josh Perry)





Mt. Carmel. William's gangster brothers Bernard, Edward and Myles.
(Photo courtesy of Mr. Josh Perry)




Bernard
(Photo courtesy of Mr. Josh Perry)







Resurrection Cemetary. Joe Saltis real name Soltis. Died penniless
(Photo courtesy of Mr. Josh Perry)







Henry Spingola  at Mt. Carmel. A wealthy lawyer and brother in law of the Gennas. Killed for refusing to repeatedly give money for the Anselmi and Scalise's defense fund.
(Photo courtesy of Mr. Josh Perry)





Inside view of Mausoleum.
(Photo courtesy of Mr. Josh Perry)








Carmen Vacco at Mt. Carmel, involved with Capone and Pete Pizzo in arranging O'Banion murder. (Purchasing flowers for Mike Merlo funeral from O'Banion and arranging the pick up by three killers).
(Photo courtesy of Mr. Josh Perry)





Close up of stone.
(Photo courtesy of Mr. Josh Perry)





James and Mike Vinci at Mt. Carmel
(Photo courtesy of Mr. Josh Perry)




James probably killed Mossy Enright.
(Photo courtesy of Mr. Josh Perry)





(Photo courtesy of Mr. Josh Perry)









Gangster killed by the Shelton gang.
(Photo courtesy of Mr. Josh Perry)










Brother of gangster Frank Maritote. Al Capone's brother in law. Marriage to Mafalda was prearranged.
(Photo courtesy of Mr. Josh Perry)









Sam "Golfbag" Hunt's family monument in Birmingham, Alabama.
Sam N. Hunt was his dad.
(Photo courtesy of Bob and Sue Koznecki)







Samuel McPherson Hunt's marker. Sam was one of Capone's top henchmen that climbed the rungs in the later Chicago Outfit.  
(Photo courtesy of Bob and Sue Koznecki)












The Vogel monument at Rosemont Park cemetary.
Edward, William along with William's wife Frances are buried here.
(Photo courtesy of author Jenny Floro Khalaf)









Close up of Edward's inscription. Edward was known as "King of the Slots" and took care of the coin perating racket for the Capone gang. He also retained his power into the new Chicago outfit after Capone went to prison.
(Photo courtesy of author Jenny Floro Khalaf)







Infamous Governor Len Small monument. Lens Small created controversy with his connection to the gangster element.
(Photo courtesy of author Jim Ridings)







Len Small had pardoned many criminals and gangsters during his time as Governor. He is buried in Mound Grove Cemetery, Kankakee.
(Photo courtesy of author Jim Ridings)











Theodore Anton headstone in Elmwood cemetary.
(Photos courtesy of Joe Walters)







Close up.
Anton was Capone's friend who owned the Anton hotel next to the Hawthorne Inn.
He was murdered in 1926.
Special thanks to Joe Walters who remained confident in finding Anton's elusive grave.
(Photos courtesy of Joe Walters)







Patrick ''Paddy the Bear" Ryan
Mt. Carmel (Photo courtesy of Mr. Josh Perry)







Angelo Spano, Aiello bodyguard.
Mt. Carmel (Photo courtesy of Mr. Josh Perry)







John "Billiken" Rito
Mt. Carmel (Photo courtesy of Mr. Josh Perry)










Pasquale "Patsy" Tardi
Mt. Carmel (Photo courtesy of Mr. Josh Perry)











Vito Bascone, Genna gang member
Mt. Carmel (Photo courtesy of Mr. Josh Perry)





Close up
(Photo courtesy of Mr. Josh Perry)




Another shot
(Photo courtesy of Mr. Josh Perry)






Diamond Joe Esposito
Mt. Carmel (Photo courtesy of Mr. Josh Perry)






West side hoodlum Rocco Belcastro.
Not related to James "Bomber" Belcastro.
Mt. Carmel (Photo courtesy of Mr. Josh Perry)








Carmine Ferro, booze king taken for a ride.
Mt. Carmel (Photo courtesy of Mr. Josh Perry)










Edward Tancl
Bohemia cemetary (Photo courtesy of Mr. Josh Perry)













William F. Schofield gangland Florist and O'Banion's business partner.
Cavalry Cemetary (Photo courtesy of Mr. Josh Perry)








Gangster William "Gunner" McPadden
Cavalry Cemetary (Photo courtesy of Mr. Josh Perry)







Close up of McPadden's monument.
(Photo courtesy of Mr. Josh Perry)









Leo Klimas
 St. Casimir cemetary. (Photo courtesy of Mr. Josh Perry)







Charles Kelly, first tommy gun fatality
Mt. Olivet (Photo courtesy of Mr. Josh Perry)







George Meegan
Mt. Olivet (Photo courtesy of Mr. Josh Perry)










Walter O'Donnell
Mt. Olivet. (Photo courtesy of Mr. Josh Perry)