Charles-Ignace Gill

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For his son, the Quebec painter and poet, see Charles Ignace Adélard Gill.
Charles-Ignace Gill
Member of the Canadian Parliament
for Yamaska
In office
Preceded by Joseph Duguay
Succeeded by Fabien Vanasse dit Vertefeuille
Member of the Legislative Assembly of Quebec for Yamaska
In office
Preceded by Louis-Adélard Senécal
Succeeded by Joseph Nestor Duguay
Personal details
Born (1844-03-12)March 12, 1844
Saint-François-du-Lac, Canada East
Died September 16, 1901(1901-09-16) (aged 57)
Montreal, Quebec
Relations Ignace Gill, father
Louis-Adélard Senécal, father-in-law

Charles-Ignace Gill (March 12, 1844 – September 16, 1901) was a Quebec lawyer and political figure. He represented Yamaska in the Legislative Assembly of Quebec from 1871 to 1874 and in the Canadian House of Commons as a Conservative member from 1874 to 1879.

He was born in Saint-François-du-Lac, Lower Canada in 1844, the son of Ignace Gill and studied at the Collège de Nicolet and the Université Laval. He articled in law with Ulric-Joseph Tessier, was admitted to the bar in 1867 and set up practice at Sorel. In 1870, he married Marie-Rosalie-Delphine, the daughter of Louis-Adélard Senécal. In 1871, he was elected to the provincial assembly. He resigned in 1874 to run for a seat in the House of Commons. He resigned in 1879 when he was named as a judge to the Quebec Superior Court in Richelieu district; in 1886, he was named to Montreal district. He was also a director of the Montreal, Portland and Boston Railway.

He died in Montreal in 1901.