Tadley and District History Society (TADS)

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TADS Newsletter April 2020 – CLICK HERE

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COVID-19 NEWS

Given the current situation we are moving our monthly talks online.

William gill

   Our first online talk :   8pm Wednesday 6th May 2020

William Gill, a Victorian Explorer and Spy

Online Talk by Tony Hadland

Instructions on how to join the online talk will posted here soon!

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Tadley History

Mulford Hill Tadley
Mulford Hill Tadley

Who was Mulford?       Click HERE!

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JOIN TADS

Annual subscription to the society, due in January each year, is ₤18.00; visitors and guests are welcome (entrance costs ₤3.00 per person).

 

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UPCOMING EVENTS

DateTopicSpeaker
8pm on 6th May 2020

William Gill, a Victorian Explorer and Spy

Tony Hadland
15 JulyIf Dickens had a camera - people and places that so influenced his writingsTony King

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        1Project Group - Meeting
10:00 am - 12:00 pm
Project Group - MeetingTime: 10:00 am - 12:00 pm
Limited to Project Group Members - 9:45 for 10am Tadley and District History Society,
5 Church Road,
Pamber Heath,
RG26 3DP
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8:00 pm - 9:30 pm

William Gill, a Victorian Explorer and Spy Online TalkTime: 8:00 pm - 9:30 pm
A fascinating online talk by Tony Hadland. Captain William John Gill (10 September 1843 – 11 August 1882) was an English explorer and British army officer. He was born in Bangalore, India, the second child and elder son of the army officer, artist and photographer Major Robert Gill (1804 - 1879) Apart from a monument in the crypt of St Paul's, William Gill is commemorated by a stained glass window in Rochester Cathedral (which has close links with the Royal Engineers), by the Royal Geographical Society's Gill Memorial Award and by the Gill Scholarships at Brighton College. William Gill brought back to England samples of a number of plant species hitherto unknown in the west. Some of these were given Latin names honouring Gill. They include the evergreen oak Quercus gilliana. He was even commemorated on a stamp! Zoom Online Meeting - Details available shortly.
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