Born: October 24, 1839, Marsala, Sicily, to Manx parents.
Died: June 27, 1923, Angmering, West Sussex, England.
Buried: Worthing, Sussex, England.
Gill attended King William’s College on the Isle of Man, and worked at the London General Post Office.
He is perhaps best remembered for composing the Isle of Man anthem, Arrane Ashoonagh Dy Vannin.