The people who built this site

This web site was originally created and subsequently developed by the Great Britain Historical GIS Project ('GIS' stands for 'Geographical Information System'). The original construction of the web site involved a consortium, with teams based at:

For more details of the project, visit our web site at:

www.gbhgis.org

Since 1989, the following staff have worked on the Great Britain Historical GIS and its predecessor, the Labour Markets Database:

 Barnes Adesulure
Anthony Anderson
Paula Aucott
John Barber
Decio Battaglia
Andy Bendall
Chris Bennett
Nick Burton
Rita Campos
Paul Ell
Pat Furniss
Eilidh Garrett
David Gilbert
Vicki Gilham
Rachel Granville
Ian Gregory
Jinny Gunston
David Hardy
Ben Jakobek
Eileen Longland
Alexander von Lünen
James Macgill
Alexandra Nicholls
Matt O'Keeffe
Neil Pearson
Gudrun Richardson
Neil Straw
Ian Turton
Alistair Walder
Maureen Watters
John Westwood
Ben White
Elaine Yeates

A major contribution has also been made by IT trainees working with the project's team based with the Centre for Data Digitisation in Belfast between 1998 and 2003.

Team photo

The picture shows the final teams on the lottery-funded project in 2004, from Portsmouth and Leeds. Standing, left to right: Paula Aucott, John Barber, Rachel Granville, Alistair Walder, Ian Turton, Neil Pearson. Sitting, left to right: Matt O'Keeffe, Nick Burton, Jinny Gunston, John Westwood. Humphrey Southall took the picture.


Humphrey Southall has asserted his right to be identified as the author of this work in accordance with the Copyright, Designs and Patents Act 1988.

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