Richard Day looks back at news relevant to Gillingham FC on this day in history, games, players, debuts etc...
Miller went on loan to Ramsgate, Hythe Town and Tonbridge Angels during 2012-13 and was made available for transfer.
He added further appearances during the 2011-12 campaign and scored his first senior goal against Crewe at home.
1994 - Ashley Miller
He left Edgar Street in the summer of 2011 having played 191 games for the Bulls and after a period at Dagenham & Redbridge Richard signed for Dartford at the start of the 2012-13 campaign.
After 64 appearances, and loan spells at Bristol Rovers and Longford Town, Richard was released but quickly joined Hereford United.
He signed professional terms in February 2001 and made his debut as a substitute, replacing Mark Patterson, at Crewe Alexandra two months later.
The defender came through the ranks at Priestfield having joined the club as a 13-year-old.
1982 - Richard Rose
He was named caretaker manager when Andy Scott departed but after not being given the Bees job permanently he left the club and after a spell playing for his local side Lingfield in the Sussex County League, he was named manager of Dover Athletic in September 2011.
Spells, and some big money moves, took him to Birmingham City, Reading, Ipswich Town, Hull City, Brighton & HA and Charlton Athletic (loan) before he returned to Griffin Park in June 2010.
After finishing top scorer in 1993-94 he turned down a new contract at Priestfield and joined Brentford in a £320,000 deal.
He regularly played in the youth team and reserves before signing a professional contract in May 1992 and he made his debut came as a substitute in the home game against Wrexham four months later.
Nicky had been playing for Horley Town before arriving at Priestfield for trials in December 1991.
1973 - Nicky Forster
He scored 28 goals in 147 appearances for the Gills before moving on to Bristol Rovers, Plymouth Argyle and Torquay United where he was player-manager.
His debut at left-back came at Tranmere Rovers on the opening day of the season but he was switched to centre-forward the following season.
Mike was signed by Gillingham boss Basil Hayward in the summer of 1968 from his home-town club Carlisle United where he had come through the ranks.
1946 - Mike Green
He left Priestfield in June 1968 and spent the following season at Brentford before returning to Kent as manager of Folkestone the following summer.
Dennis was a member of the solid defensive rearguard that took the Gills to the Fourth Division championship in 1963-64.
His Gillingham debut came in the home game with Oldham Athletic on the first day of the following month.
The left-back had previously played for his home-town club Portsmouth as a schoolboy but moved to Priestfield in September 1958.
A club stalwart who made 355 appearances for the Gills in ten years at the club after being spotted playing football in the army.
1937 - Dennis Hunt
The outside-left made his debut at Luton Town in January 1924 but made just one further appearance in the following home game with Reading
1896 - Joseph Tredwell
1956 - Jimmy Greenhalgh against Ipswich at Portman Road
1934 - Henry Anstiss against Northampton
1924 - Alfred Vango at Griffin Park
1923 - George Smith at Watford
1920 - Alfred Milton versus Reading
Jack Payne, Danny Kedwell and Deon Burton were on target at Underhill
2012 -Barnet 1-3 Gillingham L2 Att: 2,835
2007 - Southend Utd 3-0 Gillingham L1 Att: 7,348
Iffy Onuora found the net at Fratton Park
2001 - Portsmouth 2-1 Gillingham D1 Att: 17,224
Paul Smith's brace , which included a penalty, wasn't enough to prevent Town leaving with the points
1998 - Gillingham 2-3 Northampton T D4 Att: 4,917
A Steve Lovell double was added to by Peter Heritage in a comfortable home win
1990 - Gillingham 3-0 Hartlepool U D4 Att: 3,155
Tony Cascarino, John Leslie and Dave Mehmet grabbed the goals against the U's
1984 - Gillingham 3-0 Cambridge U D3 Att: 3,352
Ken Price and Steve Bruce were the scorers against the Cumbrians
1979 - Carlisle Utd 1-2 Gillingham D3 Att: 3,411
The Gills triumphed at the Vetch Field thanks to Keith Lindsey, Brian Yeo and Dick Tydeman
1973 - Swansea City 0-3 Gillingham D4 Att: 2,144
George Jacks, Alan Wilks and Dave Peach, a penalty, were all on target against Rovers
1972 - Gillingham 3-0 Doncaster R D4 Att: 1,575
Alan Wilks and Tommy Watson netted as the Gills progressed
1971 - Notts Co. 1-2 Gillingham LC2 Att: 12,650
1970 - Gills Res 1-1 Birmingham C FC
The single goal victory came courtesy of George Francis
1962 - Gillingham 1-0 Stockport Co. D4 Att: 6,605
The marksman at Portman Road was Jim Taylor
1956 - Ipswich Town 1-1 Gillingham D3S Att: 11,661
Derek Lewis was Gills scorer in South Wales
1951 - Newport Co. 1-1 Gillingham D3S Att: 10,725
Hat-tricks from Vic Hole and Harrison proved too much for the Amateurs
1945 - Gillingham 6-3 Dartford A. SL
The Gills consolation came from Fred Herbert
1938 - Yeovil Town 4-1 Gillingham SL
Wilf Crompton (2) and Sim Raleigh were on target against the Cobblers
1934 - Gillingham 3-1 Northampton T D3S Att: 6,938
Harold Pearce scored the only goal of the game
1928 - Gillingham 1-0 Bristol Rovers D3S Att: 5,632
Tommy Hall was the scorer against the Bees
1924 - Brentford 2-1 Gillingham D3S
A goal from Joe North earned a point at Vicarage Road
1923 - Watford 1-1 Gillingham D3S
The match winner came from Tom Gilbey
1920 - Gillingham 1-0 Reading D3
Danny Cunliffe was the scorer at Home Park
1906 - Plymouth A 2-1 New Brompton SL
No points returned to Kent despite a AJ Lissendon goal
1900 - Kettering 2-1 New Brompton SL