Sharon Ní Chonchúir

Sharon Ní Chonchúir

A frequent feature writer for Irish America, Sharon is a freelance writer who lives and works in West Kerry, Ireland. Much of her writing is concerned with the changing face of modern Irish culture.

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  1. Daragh says:


    Hi there – loved the Blog you wrote on Glasnevin Cemetery. I actually did a tour last weekend. I am from the Dublin Visitor Centre ( and the Red open top bus -City Sightseeing Dublin is part of our business. You featured our bus in one of your images, but have the name of a competitor company (CityScape) instead of us!

    Could you please change the name to avoid any confusion.


  2. Sharon,

    I noticed you spell your last name as my relatives do in West Kerry.

    I had never seen it spelled like that until I traced my famine emigrant ancestor back to the foothills of Mt Brandon, Clash to be exact.

    Any chance you are related to the Tigh TP bunch also?

    ~ Mary
    Florida, USA
    PS. if interested I left the url to my search story

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