Lives of the fellows

Thomas Gill

b.? d.5 July 1714
MD Cantab(1681) FRCP(1685)

Thomas Gill, MD, was the son of Philip Gill, of Edmonton, MD, by his wife Elizabeth, daughter of Thomas Bateman, of Thrapstone, co Northampton, esq. He was a doctor of medicine of Cambridge of 5th July, 1681; was admitted a Candidate of the College of Physicians 30th September, 1683; and a Fellow, 25th June, 1685. He was Censor in 1689, 1695, 1696, 1706, 1709, 1710, 1712, 1713; Registrar from 1692 to 1701 inclusive; and Elect, 20th December, 1711, in place of Dr Hulse, deceased. Dr Gill’s death stands thus recorded in the Annals: “Upon the 5th July, 1714, Dr Thomas Gill, Elect of the College, departed this life. A man of great skill in physic and surgery; of great truth and integrity, and a constant and faithful friend to the interest of the College to his dying day.” Dr Gill was buried at Edmonton on the 9th of July. His portrait by T Murray, was engraved by J Smith, in 1700.

William Munk

(Volume I, page 437)

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