Arthur William Moore

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Arthur William Moore

Loayreyder y Chiare as Feed
Ayns oik
1898 - 1909
Roie-immeeaght: John Senhouse Goldie-Taubman
Eiyrtyssagh: Dalrymple Maitland

Oltey yn Chiare as Feed son Medall
Ayns oik
1887 - 1909

Captan Chonnaghyn
Ayns oik
1885 - 1895
Roie-immeeaght: Richard Ambrose Woods
Eiyrtyssagh: Thomas Kneen
Oayllys persoonagh
Laa ruggyree 6 Toshiaght Arree, 1853
Boayl ruggyree Strooan y Chrink, Braddan, Mannin
Laa baaish 12 Sauin, 1909
Boayl baaish Strooan ny Keylley, Doolish, Mannin
Gerrym Screeudeyr shennaghys, çhengoayllee, politickeyr
Sheshey Louisa Elizabeth Wynn Hughes-Games (1887-1909)

By screeudeyr shennaghys, hengoayllee, as pholitickeyr Manninagh eh Arthur William Moore CVO LKF BS MA (6 Toshiaght Arree, 1853[1] - 12 Sauin, 1909[2]). By Loayreyder y Chiare as Feed eh eddyr 1898 as laa e vaaish 'sy vlein 1909. Myrane lesh y choorse politickagh echey, va sym as paart mooar echey ayns cooishyn Gaelgagh, as by vunneyder y Çheshaght Ghailckagh eh. Screeu eh fo'n ghiare-ennym A. W. Moore.

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Rug eh ayns Strooan y Chrink, Skeerey Braddan, Mannin. By vac lesh William Fine Moore OKF as Hannah Christian eh as v'eh jeh'n sluight fuilleeaght veih Illiam Dhone. V'eh ynsit ayns scoillyn preevadjagh ayns Doolish as ayns scoill aarlagh ayns Weybridge, Surrey[3] 'Sy vlein 1867, as eh 14 bleeaney d'eash, hie eh stiagh sy scoill ayns Rugby School as 'sy vlein 1872 hie eh stiagh ayns Colleish ny Trinaid, Cambridge.[4][3] Lurg shen, ren eh cooney yn ayr echey ayns reireydys y thie obbree va cur eaddagh shiaullee ry-cheilley. Dirree eh 'sy thie obbree lurg baase e ayr ayns ny hoghtadyn. By sporteyr mooar eh chammah, as eh ny 'er gorrym ayns Cambridge, ny ymmyrtagh lheiltagh, as ny vunneyder er Club Criggad Strooan y Chrink. Ghow eh y slane costys er cummey as greighey yn chlub ersyn hene, myrane lesh soiaghey yn thalloo.

Lurg haink jerrey lesh y thie obbree rere cleayney ny baataghyn gaal, hie eh stiagh 'sy Cholught Paggad Gaal myr stiureyder, as v'eh ny stiureyder er Colught Bancagh Ellan Vannin.[5]

Phoose Moore rish Elizabeth Wynn, 'neen Ard-Jaghin Vannin yn arrymagh Joshua Hughes-Games, er 24 Toshiaght Arree 1887.[1][5] Va kiare paitçhyn oc - Helena Christian Wynn Moore (r. 1888), Margery Christian Moore (r. 1889), William Arnold Christian Moore (1893 - 1894), as Arthur Hughes Games Christian Moore.[1]

Coorse politickagh[reagh]

Coorse screeuee[reagh]

Rolley obbraghyn[reagh]

Shoh rolley neuslane jeh ny h-obbraghyn echey:

  • The Surnames and Place Names of the Isle of Man (1890)
  • Folk-Lore of the Isle of Man (1891)
  • Manx Carols (1891)
  • "Further Notes on Manx Folk-Lore" ayns The Antiquary (1895)
  • Manx Ballads and Music (1896)
  • History of the Isle of Man (1900)
  • The Diocese of Sodor and Man (1893)
  • Manx Worthies (1901)
  • Bishop Hildesley's Letters (1904)
  • Douglas 100 Years Ago (1904)
  • Extracts from the Records of the Isle of Man (1905).
  • A Vocabulary of the Anglo-Manx Dialect (1924, lurg e vaase)

Imraaghyn[reagh]

  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 Arthur William Moore (Baarle). thePeerage.com (7 Sauin 2005). Feddynit er 11 Sauin 2010.
  2. The Times/1909/Obituary/Arthur William Moore (Baarle). The Times, aahoilshit magh ayns Wikisource (13 Sauin 1909). Feddynit er 11 Sauin 2010.
  3. 3.0 3.1 Quine, John (Luanistyn 1912). Preface (Baarle). Manx Notebook. Feddynit er 11 Sauin 2010.
  4. Arthur William Moore ayns Venn, J. & J. A., Alumni Cantabrigienses, Cambridge University Press, 10 ym-lioaryn, 1922–1958.
  5. 5.0 5.1 Morrison, Sophia. Brief Biography of A.W. Moore 1853-1909 (Baarle). Manx Notebook. Feddynit er 11 Sauin 2010.

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