About

A mother-of-three , and a political activist with the Republican Sinn Féin organisation.
Also employed on a full-time basis ( outside the home , I mean….) so, between my children , my RSF work and my job , I’m kept busy !

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20 Responses to About

  1. Seán McGouran says:

    Why haven’t you published all of my ‘Fortnight’ article in Kincora – what you’ve put up amounts to a lie.

  2. 11sixtynine says:

    Hi Séan !
    I published every word of that ‘Magill’ article re the Kincora issue – what makes you think I didn’t ?
    If you don’t answer , then it looks like it’s your comment that is “the lie”.
    Thanks,
    Sharon.

  3. Seán McGouran says:

    My article was in Belfast’s Fortnight – Magill was a Dublin magazine which wouldn’t have been interested – don’t be disenegenuous…

  4. Irish Joe says:

    Hi Sharon,

    Irish Joe here from http://irishvillage.blogspot.ca/

    Would love to dialogue a bit and see if we can work together on getting some more people informed and educated on the Irish Political Landscape.

    Cheers!

  5. Christopher says:

    Hi Just wondering if you might be able to help me with some information on one of your posts from 2006, in particular how to locate the source document?

    • 11sixtynine says:

      Hi Christopher !
      If you can give me more information on that 2006 post I might be able to help.
      Hear from you later,
      Thanks for the visit , and the comment,
      Sharon.

  6. Christopher says:

    Hi Sharon,
    Was hoping you might be able to direct me to the source for the series of posts ‘Lotteries and other hold ups’ from 6 & 7 October 2006? The source is stated as New Hibernia Magazine. I have searched online but have been unable to locate it. Is there any chance you might be able to point me towards it or would you have a copy of the original article your posts are drawn from?
    Cheers
    Christopher

    • 11sixtynine says:

      Hi again , Christopher !
      I’m not surprised that the ‘New Hibernia’ magazine has no web presence or archive as same would pre-date the web but we should have our own copy of that issue of the magazine (April 1987) on our shelves (somewhere!) – we will task our ‘Junior’ to locate it and I’ll email you then and we can make arrangements for us to post you a photocopy of the material.
      That ok with you ?
      Hear from you later,
      Sharon.

      • Christopher says:

        Hi Sharon,
        Thats more than ok, thats wonderful, thanks for your help! God, wish i had a junior to help find things for me! You want to hire them out? 😉
        Cheers
        Christopher

      • 11sixtynine says:

        Hi Christopher !
        As we are now at the stage of exchanging postal addresses or meeting up in person, I have taken this conversation to email.
        Hear from you/see you soon,
        Sharon.

  7. John says:

    Hi Sharon

    I was really interested in your post about the burial place of Robert Emmet on ‘1169 and counting’.
    http://1169andcounting.blogspot.ie/2013/06/robert-emmets-grave-old-theory.html

    Is there any chance of posting higher quality images of the pages written by Joe Doolan so we can read them ourselves?

    Thanks
    John

  8. Hi Sharon – I’m doing a biography of Jimmy Steele and I was wondering if you had come across any relevant material in the archives you use.
    is mise
    Johnny

  9. Wahab Iqbal says:

    Hi Sharon,

    We are a film production company, who are composing a film surrounding Irish political history in the mid-twentieth century. At this moment we are conducting research and hope to garner further understanding around attitudes and the Irish political climate. We would love to hear from you, my email is wahab@clotheslinepictures.com

    Regards,
    Wahab

  10. 11sixtynine says:

    Hi Wahab!
    Thank you for your visit, and your inquiry – I have sent you an email, and look forward to your reply.
    Thanks again,
    Sharon.

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