Tardis

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Tardis
1898 in

the DWU • vital statistics

Timeline for 1898
19th century | 1890s

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1898 was a relatively important year for the community of Maiden's Point. On 12 January, Florence Sundvik died in the village. On 4 March, Mary Eliza Millington, a relative of Commander Millington, was born in Maiden's Point. She died thirteen days later. (TV: The Curse of Fenric)

At some point in January, Connie Daniels was born. (AUDIO: Battle Scars)

On 12 May, Edmund Trevithick was born. (PROSE: Nightshade)

On 26 June, Emil Hartung was born. (PROSE: Just War)

Richard Harries conducted experiments in telepathy and was killed. His sister, Catherine Harries, began killing the witnesses. (PROSE: The Banquo Legacy)

H. G. Wells published his novel The War of the Worlds, which was later adapted by the actor and writer Orson Welles as a panic-inducing radio play on 30 October 1938. (AUDIO: Invaders from Mars)

The Eleventh Doctor, Amy and Rory visited Northern France. (COMIC: The Mutant Turnip)

Nan left Compton for the final time. (AUDIO: The Fog)

The Eighth Doctor and Lucie Miller visited Stockholm, Sweden and prevented the destruction of Claudio Tardelli's pocket universe. (AUDIO: Grand Theft Cosmos)

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