Ned Maddrell

Va Edward "Ned" Maddrell (20 Luanistyn 1877 - 27 Nollick, 1974) ny Ghaelgeyr, as hooar eh baase 'sy vlein 1974. V'eh ny Ghaelgeyr s'jerree ec y traa shen. Ren ad recortys jeh e choraa, t'ayns shoh. V'eh er ve abyl dy chummal e Ghaelg er-yn-oyr dy row eh loayrt rish sleih va loayrt y Ghaelg Albinagh as yn Yernish traa v'eh gobbraghey myr marrinagh as eeasteyr. Roish e vaase v'eh jannoo ymmyd jeh ram Baarle ayns e Ghaelg. Nish ansherbee, cha nel y Ghaelg marroo as ta ram sleih (1,700) loayrt ee ayns Mannin.

Ned Maddrell
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Ruggit Edward Maddrell
20 Luanistyn 1877(1877-08-20)
Coar Valley, faggys da Creneash, Mannin
Hooar baase 27 Mee ny Nollick 1974 (97 bleeaney d'eash)
Mannin
Ashoonaght Manninagh
Keird Eeasteyr
Sheshey Mary Margaret Skelly (p. 1906)
Mie er enney son Y Gaelgeyr jerrinagh
Clagh faggys da Purt le Moirrey jeant liorish Culture Vannin

Lurg baase Sage Kinvig ayns 1962 she Ned Maddrell va'n ynrican peiagh er-mayrn va ruggit as troggit 'sy Ghaelg.

Seihll aegEdit

Va Maddrell ruggit ayns Coar Valley, faggys da Creneash, Mannin, er 20 Luanistyn 1877 lesh yn eeasteyr Thomas Maddrell as e ven heshee Margaret Watterson. Ren eh loayrt y Vaarle derrey ren eh scughey dys Creneash son beaghey marish deiney mooinjerey echey. D'ynsee Maddrell y Ghaelg tra v'eh beaghey ayn ga nagh vel agh y Ghaelg ec e henn naunt Margaret Taubman.[1] Ga dy row yn Ghaelg treigit myr glare y phobble son y chooid smoo jeh Mannin 'sy nah lieh jeh'n 19oo eash, v'ee foast ayn ayns ardjyn fadaneagh gollrish Creneash.[2] Ren Maddrell aachooinaghtyn er ny traaghyn v'eh çhyndaa son shenn-chummaltee y valley beg nagh row abyl y Vaarle y loayrt.[1]

Hoshee Maddre;; gobbragh myr coagydeyr er baatey eeastee ec 14 bleeaney d'eash, as eh shiaulley voish Purt le Moirrey dys Kione Sailley ayns Nerin as dys y Çhetlyn ayns Nalbin as ad geeastagh skeddan.

Phoose eh rish Mary Margaret Skelly ass Croit-e-Caley er 3 Jerrey Geuree 1906.

ImraaghynEdit

  1. 1.0 1.1 Edward Maddrell.
  2. Stephen, Miller (2007). ""Here the Manx language lingers, and may linger some time longer": Manx and English in Cregneash in 1901". Zeitschrift für celtische Philologie. 55.

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