Albert Francis Capone
Albert Francis Capone
Albert Francis Capone, also known as Sonny, was the son of Al Capone. Albert Francis Capone was born in New York on December 4, 1918 to parents Al Capone and Mae Coughlin. He was born with congenital syphilis, which his father had contracted years before. At the age of seven Albert developed a serious mastoiditis. Risky brain surgery was required. He survived, but was left partially deaf.
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Al Capone's son threatened hit on Ted Kennedy after Robert Kennedy's assassination - Newstrack India
Google News - over 5 years
According to the FBI report, a man overheard 50-year-old Albert Capone, known as Sonny, making a call from a public payphone at a famous restaurant in Coral Gables, the New England Oyster House at about 9:20 pm on June 24, 1968
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NYTimes - about 12 years
Dispatch to Motorman: 'Stay Safe' With signaling knocked out by a fire, some trains were dispatched manually yesterday on the A line. Tony Kratz, left, and Albert Capone gave instructions to Nick Errico, a motorman, at the Canal Street subway station. PAGE B1 Optimism From Sharon Prime Minister Ariel Sharon of Israel said there was an opportunity
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Three Jersey City Women Who Shared a House Are Found Stabbed to Death
NYTimes - over 14 years
Three women a pair of sisters and their mother -- were found fatally stabbed in their home early today after their bodies were discovered by the young children of one of the victims. The authorities, who believe that the women were likely killed by someone who knew them, said that the discovery was made inside the two-story house on Fox Place, on
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    LATE_ADULTHOOD
  • 2004
    Age 85
    Albert Francis died aged 85 in 2004 in Florida.
    More Details Hide Details He was buried in California. Reportedly, Mae Coughlin was not Albert Francis Capones' real biological mother—according to the story by Deirdre Capone's book Uncle Al Capone. The biological mother has an unknown or unpublicized name. She died while giving birth to Albert Francis "Sonny" Capone after contracting syphilis from him.
  • TWENTIES
  • 1941
    Age 22
    He went to high school in Miami with Desi Arnaz. In 1941, he married Diana Ruth Casey.
    More Details Hide Details They had four daughters: Veronica, Teresa, Barbara, and Patricia. They later divorced, and he remarried twice. In contrast to his father, Albert led a lawful life.
  • CHILDHOOD
  • 1918
    Born
    Albert Francis Capone was born in New York on December 4, 1918 to parents Al Capone and Mae Coughlin.
    More Details Hide Details He was born with congenital syphilis, which his father had contracted years before. At the age of seven Albert developed a serious mastoiditis. Risky brain surgery was required. He survived, but was left partially deaf. On Albert's 10th birthday, the Capones threw a party for him, inviting 50 of his Catholic school friends. Al, not wanting to offend the already watchful authorities, stipulated that the children must bring signed parental permission slips. Few refused the invitation to this or other Capone gatherings.
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