First name(s)
Hugh Cameron
Surname
Gillies
Position(s) held at King's College London Ref: *3

Lecturer in Gaelic, 1895-1900

Education & professional details

School, college and/or university attended Ref: *2
  • University of Glasgow
Qualifications
  • MB (1882)
  • MD (1893)
Publications Ref: *4
  • The Interpretation of Disease, Parts 1 and 2 (1891-1892)
  • The Elements of Gaelic Grammar: Based on the Work of the Rev. Alexander Stewart, D.D (1896)
  • The Place Names of Argyll (1906) 
  • Regimen Sanitatis, the Rule of Health; A Gaelic Medical Manuscript of the Early Sixteenth Century (1910)
  • Gaelic Texts for Schools (New Code) : With Grammar, Vocabulary, and Full Notes and Exercises on Parsing, Analysis, etc.

Personal details

Date of birth Ref: *1
1856
Date of death Ref: *1
1925
Family details

Married Sept 1890

Notes Ref: *5

Post at King's College appears to be part-time. At one stage (1895) he argues for permission for women to be admitted in order to boost numbers. 'They are the best students we have.' This request is granted 'exceptionally'.

* References

  1. https://bill.celt.dias.ie/vol4/pdf/; http://search.findmypast.co.uk/
  2. http://www.internationalstory.gla.ac.uk
  3. King's College London Calendar 1896-1897
  4. www.newspapers.com; www.bookdepository.com
  5. Secretary’s IN-Correspondence, KA/IC/G105, King’s College London Archives
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