Isolt Sayre is a Heroine from the Harry Potter franchise. Rionach, however, separated herself from her family and rejected their beliefs in pure-blood superiority and instead choose to be helpful to Muggles. Isolt would later honour her father’s memory by naming her Pukwudgie friend ‘William’. Gormlaith vowed to kill Isolt and James, destroy the school building, and kidnap their daughters. Any attempts to kill or prune it was unsuccessful, and it was kept after it was discovered that the tree contained powerful medicinal properties. William and Rionach’s daughter, Isolt Sayre is removed by the fire by … She also made the students’ robes fastened by a gold Gordian Knot, in memory of the brooch she found in the ruins of the original Ilvermorny cottage. Determined to hide from her cruel aunt, she cut off all her hair and, for five years, pretended to be a Muggle boy, taking on the name of "Elias Story" (an anagram of "Isolt Sayre"), all the while her aunt was attempting to track her. Raised by the cruel aunt, Gormlaith Gaunt, the girl would grow to hate her life in the captivity of a pure-blood fanatic responsible for her parents’ death. Rionach Sayre Rionach was Isolt’s mother, who was eventually killed in a fire by her estranged sister, Gormlaith. William et Rionach ne survivent pas et Isolt est sauvée des flammes par sa tante, Gormlaith Gaunt, qui l'élève dans la vallée de Coomcallee (aussi appelée Vallée des Harpies). FounderHeadmistress In the ensuing destruction, both of Sayre's parents were tragically killed; however Sayre herself was apparently rescued from the burning house by her mother's estranged sister, Gormlaith Gaunt. Gaunt proved to be an unstable and cruel guardian. Isolt possessed a tremendous passion for learning and together she and her husband presided over their school. Donald lived in 1935, at address , Pennsylvania. James also helped Isolt construct a stone house on the top of Mount Greylock by providing a workable design, and Isolt magically constructed it within an afternoon. Relationship information [1], At the time, Chadwick's eleventh birthday was near and Isolt had no idea how to provide him the wand she promised him, as she thought that her aunt's wand she stole was the only one in America. Family members Physical information Two boys from the Wampanoag tribe and a mother and her two daughters from the Narragansett tribe arrived one day, and had received wands from James and Isolt of their making. Certain that "all was lost", Isolt, hardly thinking, cried out her father's name. Rionach, however, separated herself from her family and rejected their beliefs in pure-blood superiority and instead choose to be helpful to Muggles. Isolt woke up to the noise around her and screamed at James to go get their daughters, while she ran outside to assist her sons in duelling Gormlaith. Occupation Isolt carried the unconscious man back to her shelter, where he eventually awoke. Fantastic Beasts: Cases from the Wizarding World, Isolt became very well known as the founder of one. Isolt also claimed to understand what the Horned Serpent was saying to her. A gloating Gormlaith chased and drove the three back up the stairs, to the room where she could hear crying. Gormlaith vowed to kill Isolt and James, destroy the school building, and kidnap their daughters. Spoilers will be present within the article. Sayre left partly due to her belief that, despite moving to an entirely new continent, her wicked aunt would still somehow track her down. Isolt was unable to speak Parseltongue to undo the spell on the wand to reactivate it, so she and James buried it in the school grounds. Affiliation Isolt would spent the next twelve years with her cruel aunt, until she escaped to the New World. This, however, led Sayre, who had been isolated and mistreated by her aunt for years, to believe Hogwarts to be a sort of paradise and she spent much of her time as a teenager fantasising about it. Biographical information LOVECRAFT, Aleister Oswald Thu Dec 13, 2018 12:44 am James William Wilson. Donald Sayre was born circa 1917, at birth place, West Virginia, to Orval Sayre and Margaret Sayre. Gaunt took Sayre to the neighbouring valley of Coomcallee, where she raised her, using powerful Dark magic to enforce her cooperation and isolation. SAYRE, James Isolt Thu Dec 13, 2018 12:47 am James William Wilson. Isolt and James both lived to be over the age of one hundred before they died. Isolt, not wanting to frighten them, did not tell them of Gormlaith Gaunt, and instead promised to give them wands and open a magical school at their stone house. However, around 1608 when Sayre was five years old, her family's cottage was attacked and set on fire. Each house expanded each year. 1603, co-founder of Ilvermorny School of Witchcraft and Wizardry) is the witch that brought sticky toffee pudding from the muggle world into the wizarding world. The Pukwudgie declared himself bound to her until he had the opportunity to repay his debt, but was greatly humiliated to be indebted to a young, vulnerable girl. They eventually finished crafting a wand of "exceptional" power. John Sayre left UK soon after their father's death and relocated into Canada. She was also a loyal friend to the Pukwudgie (William) who in turn saved the lives of her and her family. Isolt chose not to mention that she was actually calling for her late father. Isolt Sayre was the founder of Ilvermorny School of Witchcraft and Wizardry.2 1 Biography 2 Appearance 3 Personality 4 Skills and abilities 5 Possessions 6 Etymology 7 Trivia 8 Appearances 9 References Pottermore She cast a curse, making the Hidebehind flee. JK Rowling has come up with yet another great Harry Potter name in Isolt Sayre A pure-blood supremacist, she believed that her sister's willingness to help Muggles would lead to what she believed to be a "dangerous path" to marrying a Muggle man. She was troubled by the fact that, in her haste to rescue the boys, she had been unable to give their parents a burial, so when the boys were well enough to be left alone for a few hours, she returned to the forest with the intention of marking graves for their parents. She was the offspring of two pure-blood wizarding families. Female It is also believed that the four houses of Ilvermorny represent the witch or wizard who belong to them meaning Isolt gave a scholastic quality to the Horned Serpent house. Once she raised the stolen wand to attack, it did not, as Gormlaith had activated a hidden spell that would disable it. Also known as The family expressed their extreme gratitude. Sayre arrived in America as one of the earliest European settlers, most of them Muggles. Isolt was unable to conceal her magic from James, especially in the confined space of her shelter and brewing potions to help the boys recover. Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix, Harry Potter Page to Screen: The Complete Filmmaking Journey, LEGO Harry Potter: Building the Magical World, LEGO Harry Potter: Characters of the Magical World, Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 1, Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 2, Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald, Magic Beyond Words: The J.K. Rowling Story, Creator: Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets, Ilvermorny Headmasters and Headmistresses, Ilvermorny School of Witchcraft and Wizardry, Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry, Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them (film), Writing by J.K. Rowling: "Ilvermorny School of Witchcraft and Wizardry", https://harrypotter.fandom.com/wiki/Isolt_Sayre?oldid=1333563, Articles with information from Wizarding World, Articles with information from Harry Potter: Hogwarts Mystery, Articles with information from Pottermore, Articles with information from Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them, Articles with information from Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them (film), Sayre is a derivative of the pre-medieval personal name. Born. Eventually, after twelve years with Gormlaith, Sayre finally worked up the courage, as well as learn enough about magic, to escape. Marital status At the time, Chadwick's eleventh birthday was near and Isolt had no idea how to provide him the wand she promised him, as she thought that her aunt's wand she stole was the only one in America. Born Isolt named the new house "Ilvermorny" after her parents' house, which her aunt destroyed. Gaunt herself had attended Hogwarts where she was sorted into Slytherin, and told Sayre much about it, but largely denigrated it, lamenting that Salazar Slytherin's plans for the purity of wizardkind had been unfulfilled. The serpent was waiting for her, and raised its head like it did in her dream, and Isolt shaved off part of its horn, thanked it, and returned to her cottage. The family discussed what they should name the four houses after, and instead of Hogwarts founders, they named it after nearby magical animals: for Chadwick, the thunderbird; for Webster, the wampus; for James, (after some debate) the Pukwudgie; and for Isolt, the Horned Serpent she still visited. Her father nicknamed her "Morrigan" after his ancestor because of her "affinity of all natural things". Isolt named the new house "Ilvermorny" after her parents' house, which her aunt destroyed. Celebrate and remember the lives we have lost in Sayre, Oklahoma. Isolt was unable to understand the meaning of the cryptic words that the serpent was saying, or if she was imagining the beast talking to her. She woke up and walked down to the creek. Eventually, after twelve years with Gormlaith, Sayre finally worked up the courage, as well as learn enough about magic, to escape. Browse the most recent Sayre, Oklahoma obituaries and condolences. Legend has it that Isolt Sayre (b. At least some content in this article is derived from information featured in Harry Potter: Hogwarts Mystery. One of the things Harry shared with Voldemort was the ability to speak Parseltongue, although this was due to the phenomenon of Voldemort accidentally making Harry a Horcrux. Her father, William Sayre, was a direct descendant of the famous Irish witch Morrigan, an Animagus whose creature form was a crow. This was the only option, as they were the only ones awake. She was the wife of William Sayre and the mother of Isolt Sayre. When she was just a girl, her parents were murdered in a house fire by her aunt Gormlaith Gaunt, a malevolent dark witch and pure-blood supremacist. The Weasleys' home, known as the Burrow, is located outside the village of Ottery St Catchpole which is situated alongside the River Otter in Devon, England, also near the home of the Lovegoods, the Diggorys and the Fawcetts. She woke James, who had skill in crafting and stone-carving. Edit source History Talk (0) Comments Share. Isolt Sayre was born around 1603. Sayre familySteward family When Isolt angrily instructed him to help her carry the boys back to their shelter, he threw a tantrum. A great-horned river serpent lived in a nearby creek. To her surprise, she found someone there. She stole her aunt's wand, and left the cottage and fled the country. Nationality Death Year Unknown; Deceased; Ilvermorny School of Witchcraft and Wizardry (100-2) Isolt Sayre (100-2) Edit. Since their loss, Moira has lived in Massachusetts with her maternal aunt, who has been employed by MACUSA. Relationship information Gaunt herself had attended Hogwarts where she was sorted into Slytherin, and told Sayre much about it, but largely denigrated it, lamenting that Salazar Slytherin's plans for the purity of wizardkind had been unfulfilled. Unaware that Pukwudgies were rather dangerous to humans, Sayre carried him to her makeshift shelter and nursed him back to health. However, Chadwick and Webster were so ill for the next couple of weeks that Isolt hardly left them alone. When Sayre turned eleven around 1614 her Hogwarts acceptance letter arrived. One day, while foraging in the woods, the two heard a grisly noise nearby. Isolt chose the colour blue as it was her favourite colour and she had wished to be in Ravenclaw as a child. Post 1703[1] Apart from the fact that he came in the care of the Winslow family and that he died the first winter at Plymouth, little else is known about the historical Elias Story. She and her husband were the founders of Ilvermorny School of Witchcraft and Wizardry. Loyalty This was unsuccessful due to the powerful curse, so he went outside to help Chadwick duel Gormlaith. William later moved in with Isolt and her family at Ilvermorny.[1]. Richard Sayre was mainly involved in business, John Sayre had a bitter relation with his brother Richard, there was little or no communication between them, and John died in 1975. Isolt Sayre As soon as she saw the house, she cast a sleeping curse on the couple, placing them into an enchanted slumber. However, around 1608 when Sayre was five years old, her family's cottage was attacked and set on fire. Biographical information … 1603) was a famous Irish pure-blood witch, the only child and daughter of William and Rionach Sayre. Isolt, outraged by his callousness and stubbornness, stated that she would accept assisting her in carrying the boys back as payment for being rescued. She did not wish to keep the wand, anyway, as it was the last reminder of her unhappy childhood. c. 1603 Ilvermorny Cottage, Coomloughra, County Kerry, Ireland[1] After several weeks of living alone in the mountains in complete isolation, Sayre came across a Hidebehind about to disembowel a Pukwudgie. 12”, snakewood, basilisk horn A marble statue was made of her to flank the front doors of Ilvermorny Castle and remains there to this day. Her father, William Sayre, was a direct descendant of the famous Irish witch Morrigan, an Animagus whose creature form was a crow. House Fearing her aunt's prodigious tracking abilities and her subsequent punishment, Sayre fled to England, but soon her aunt was on her tail. A Pukwudgie who goes by the name of William, who may be her old friend, is very protective of her statue and still visits her grave every year to lay mayflowers. Despite her harsh upbringing by her twisted aunt, Isolt possessed a powerful ability to love. Isolt chose not to mention that she was actually calling for her late father. Wand There was a clatter as Isolt witnessed William the Pukwudgie appear and a poison-tipped arrow pierced Gormlaith in the heart, killing her. Pale Isolt ignored the directions and followed William to find that the Hidebehind who had attempted to kill William years ago had killed two naïve humans and was preparing to disembowel them, and two boys lay seriously injured nearby. The Pukwudgie declared himself bound to her until he had the opportunity to repay his debt, but was greatly humiliated to be indebted to a young, vulnerable girl. Sayre left partly due to her belief that, despite moving to an entirely new continent, her wicked aunt would still somehow track her down. Family members Isolt Sayre was born on 11 April, 1603, in Coomloughra, County Kerry, Ireland.