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Dòighean iasgaich ann an Gallaibh (13)
EXTERNAL ID
QZP40_CAITHNESS_CROFTING_41
SIORRACHD/PARRAIST
GALLAIBH
LINN
1980an
CRUTHADAIR
Alec Thomson
NEACH-FIOSRACHAIDH
Leabharlainn na Gàidhealtachd
AITHNEACHADH MAOINE
41339
KEYWORDS
claistinneach
iasgach
bàtaichean-iasgaich
lìontan iasgaich
iasgairean
iasg

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B' e iasgair ann an Inbhir Theòrsa a bh' ann an Ailig MacThòmais. Sa phìos chlaistinneach seo tha e a' bruidhinn air fèisteas na Sràide, Arm an t-Saoraidh agus creideamh.

'An then there use til be great people coman up the, ye know, ye'd hear them, for e fishing, some o at people makin shows an all at, ye know, on e street an, when e fishing time came. An on a Sunday morning ye'd hear e Salvation Army, playan aboot eight o'clock in e morning, waken ee oot o your beds then. Oh, it was great.

Interviewer: There was a man tellan me at a lot o e fishermen were very religious?

Yes, at's right. They'd all join up, ye see, that was the time o the Revival. There was a Revival spread here at one time, ye see, an I think Wick was e chief, was e heid o them. There's a chap ere in Wick, Jock Troup was his name, an he was e first man. Ah think he was e heid man, an e whole thing started in Yarmouth, I believe, at e fishing time. All along the coast, an all at Moray Firth fishing villages, and right up til Buckie an, as far as Wick. All the fishermen, they all joined at. They joined e Salvation Army. An Ah've seen, Ah've seen, Ah've seen, on a Saturday night about eight o'clock, between eight an nine o'clock, there was a Salvation Army'd have an open-air meeting, ye know? Well Ah've seen the ring, the roond ring, from e Coop right nearly right across til Woolworths [a public square in Wick], right round like at, an all the fishermen in it. An every one o em, every one o em sayan their testaments, ye know, an preachan, an- It was jist, oh is was great for til hear them. An all e Army, ye wouldna, ye wouldna hardly get a sheet in e Salvation Army it was all full up. Some o them was up in e couples [rafters]. Ye'd only get in - way up in e couples they was sittan. Oh, it was great in at days, Ah'm tellan ee. Ye'd hear em, ye'd hear em singan in e bay sometimes fan ye's coman in fae the - ye'd hear e fishermen singan in their boats, ye know, at Scraibster.'

Sna 1920an bha ath-bheothachadh mòr ann an creideamh soisgeulach am measg iasgairean Linne Mhoireibh. Tha buaidh a seo fhathast ri lorg an-diugh le cho cràbhach 's a tha cuid de na h-iasgairean sin.

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Dòighean iasgaich ann an Gallaibh (13)

GALLAIBH

1980an

claistinneach; iasgach; bàtaichean-iasgaich; lìontan iasgaich; iasgairean; iasg

Leabharlainn na Gàidhealtachd

Caithness Recordings: Fishing

B' e iasgair ann an Inbhir Theòrsa a bh' ann an Ailig MacThòmais. Sa phìos chlaistinneach seo tha e a' bruidhinn air fèisteas na Sràide, Arm an t-Saoraidh agus creideamh.<br /> <br /> 'An then there use til be great people coman up the, ye know, ye'd hear them, for e fishing, some o at people makin shows an all at, ye know, on e street an, when e fishing time came. An on a Sunday morning ye'd hear e Salvation Army, playan aboot eight o'clock in e morning, waken ee oot o your beds then. Oh, it was great. <br /> <br /> Interviewer: There was a man tellan me at a lot o e fishermen were very religious?<br /> <br /> Yes, at's right. They'd all join up, ye see, that was the time o the Revival. There was a Revival spread here at one time, ye see, an I think Wick was e chief, was e heid o them. There's a chap ere in Wick, Jock Troup was his name, an he was e first man. Ah think he was e heid man, an e whole thing started in Yarmouth, I believe, at e fishing time. All along the coast, an all at Moray Firth fishing villages, and right up til Buckie an, as far as Wick. All the fishermen, they all joined at. They joined e Salvation Army. An Ah've seen, Ah've seen, Ah've seen, on a Saturday night about eight o'clock, between eight an nine o'clock, there was a Salvation Army'd have an open-air meeting, ye know? Well Ah've seen the ring, the roond ring, from e Coop right nearly right across til Woolworths [a public square in Wick], right round like at, an all the fishermen in it. An every one o em, every one o em sayan their testaments, ye know, an preachan, an- It was jist, oh is was great for til hear them. An all e Army, ye wouldna, ye wouldna hardly get a sheet in e Salvation Army it was all full up. Some o them was up in e couples [rafters]. Ye'd only get in - way up in e couples they was sittan. Oh, it was great in at days, Ah'm tellan ee. Ye'd hear em, ye'd hear em singan in e bay sometimes fan ye's coman in fae the - ye'd hear e fishermen singan in their boats, ye know, at Scraibster.'<br /> <br /> Sna 1920an bha ath-bheothachadh mòr ann an creideamh soisgeulach am measg iasgairean Linne Mhoireibh. Tha buaidh a seo fhathast ri lorg an-diugh le cho cràbhach 's a tha cuid de na h-iasgairean sin.