Roger Touhy
Roger Touhy (September 18, 1898 – December 16, 1959) was an Irish-American mob boss and prohibition-era bootlegger from Chicago, Illinois. He is best remembered for having been framed for the 1933 fak...
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Daniel O'Leary (mobster)
Daniel "Danny" O'Leary (d. August 15, 1928) was an Irish Philadelphia mobster involved in bootlegging who, a rival of Maxie "Boo Boo" Hoff throughout Prohibition, would struggle for dominance among th...
James McBratney
James McBratney (November 17, 1941, New York City, New York – May 22, 1973, Staten Island, New York) was an Irish American gangster, believed to have been involved in the 1972 kidnappings of Ema...
Thomas Walsh (mobster)
Thomas "Fatty" Walsh (died March 4, 1929) was a New York mobster involved in narcotics and an associate of Dutch Schultz and Charles "Lucky" Luciano. He was taken in for questioning along with Luciano...
Edward G. Connors
Edward G. Connors (January 1, 1933 Sharon, Massachusetts- June 12, 1975 Dorchester, Massachusetts) also known as "The Bulldog" and "Eddie", was an associate of the Winter Hill Gang and successful bar ...
Richard Lonergan
Richard "Peg Leg" Lonergan (January 16, 1900 - December 26, 1925) was an American underworld figure and labor racketeer. He was a high-ranking member and the final leader of the White Hand Gang. He su...
Joseph Vincent Moriarty
Joseph Vincent Moriarty (June 1910 – February 26, 1979), also known as Newsboy Moriarty, was an Irish American mobster in Hudson County, New Jersey who controlled the numbers game.
He was bo...
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William "Skippy" Rohan
William "Skippy" Rohan (July 5, 1871 - January 8, 1916) was a St. Louis gangster and an original member of Egan's Rats.Born as William J. Ruane, Rohan grew up in North St. Louis's "Kerry Patch" neighb...
Hughie Mulligan
Hughie Mulligan (died 1973) was a New York mobster and bookmaker who headed criminal activities of the "Irish Mob" in Hell's Kitchen during the 1950s. His protégés included Jimmy Burke, an associate o...
Mickey Spillane (mobster)
Michael J. Spillane, much better known as Mickey Spillane (July 13, 1934 – May 13, 1977), was an Irish-American mobster from Hell's Kitchen, New York City. Spillane, who was called the "last of the ge...
James Ragen
James Matthew Ragen, Sr. (August 9, 1880 – August 15, 1946) was an Irish businessman and co-founder of the Chicago-based street gang and political club Ragen's Colts.
After taking control of...
James Coonan
James "Jimmy C" Coonan (born December 21, 1946) is an Irish-American mobster and racketeer from Manhattan, New York who began serving a 75-year prison term in 1988.
James Coonan was born in 1946 ...
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Frank Wallace (gangster)
Frank Wallace (died December 22, 1931) was an Irish-American gangster from South Boston, who ran the Gustin Gang in Boston during the Prohibition in the United States.Wallace was the last Irishman to ...
Arthur Doe, Jr.
Arthur "Butchy" Doe, Jr. (born 1960) is an Irish-American mobster from Charlestown, Massachusetts. His father was Arthur Doe, Sr. who was killed in the late 1960s in Boston.
Paul McGonagle
Paul McGonagle (January 21 1939 – November 1974) was an American mobster and leader of the Mullen Gang, a South Boston street crew involved in burglary and armed robbery. Paul McGonagle was the oldest...
List of American mobsters of Irish descent
This is a list of Irish-American mobsters which includes organized crime figures of predominantly Irish-American criminal organizations or individual mobsters from the early 1900s to the present. To b...
List of American mobsters of Irish descent - Wikipedia
Richard Kuklinski
Richard Leonard "The Iceman" Kuklinski (April 11, 1935 – March 5, 2006) was an American contract killer who was convicted for five murders. Kuklinski was given the nickname "Iceman" for his meth...
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William S. O'Sullivan
William S. O'Sullivan (January 31, 1928 — March 28, 1971) was an Irish-American loanshark and longtime enforcer for Donald Killeen, the head of the Irish mob in South Boston, Massachusetts. O'Sullivan...
Terry Druggan
Terry "Machine Gun" Druggan (1903 – March 4, 1954) was an Irish-American mobster and leader of the Chicago based mob - the Valley Gang during prohibition. Druggan was well known throughout the Chicago...
Bill Lovett
William "Wild Bill" Lovett (1894–1923) was an Irish American gangster in early 20th century New York.
Born in New York City, Lovett first fell in with the local Irish gangs around the Brooklyn wat...
Eddie McGrath
Eddie McGrath (born January 31, 1906, date of death unknown) was an Irish-American gangster from New York City, who controlled the Hell's Kitchen Irish Mob and the lucrative waterfront throughout the ...
Edward J. O'Hare
Edward Joseph O'Hare (he used "Edward" later in life), aka "Easy Eddie" (September 5, 1893 – November 8, 1939), was a lawyer in St. Louis and later in Chicago, where he began working with Al Cap...
Frank McErlane
Frank McErlane (1894–1932) was a Prohibition-era gangster. He led the Saltis-McErlane Gang, allied with the Johnny Torrio-Al Capone Gang, against rival bootleggers, the Southside O'Donnell Brothers. H...
Michael J. Corbitt
Michael Jerome Corbitt (March 17, 1944 - July 27, 2004) was a police chief of Willow Springs, Illinois, and an associate of Chicago Outfit mobsters such as Sal Bastone, Sam "Momo" Giancana and Antonin...
Lawrence Murphy
Lawrence Gustave Murphy (1831 – October 20, 1878) was Irish, Union Army veteran, Grand Army of the Republic member, Republican Party leader, racketeer, Old West businessman and gunman, and a mai...
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Thomas Egan (gangster)
Thomas Egan (November 1, 1874 - April 20, 1919) was a St. Louis politician and organized crime figure involved in bootlegging and illegal gambling. He was the namesake of the infamous Egan's Rats.The ...