The I-CeM project is funded by an award from the Economic and Social Research Council* and made possible by the generous contributions of our commercial sector partner, (part of bright solid), which we gratefully acknowledge.

The Economic and Social Research Council is the UK's largest organisation funding research on economic and social issues. is the leading UK genealogy website, providing family history research online.

The I-CeM project also acknowledges the support of the following partners:

  • The National Archives - the government's national archive for England, Wales and the United Kingdom.
  • The British Library - the national library of the United Kingdom, providing information services to the academic, business, scientific and research communities.
  • Office for National Statistics - ONS is the UK Government's single largest statistical producer.
  • ScotlandsPeople, - the official Scottish genealogy resource, is a partnership between the General Register Office for Scotland, the National Archives of Scotland, and the Court of the Lord Lyon, enabled by brightsolid.
  • General Register Office for Scotland - part of the devolved Scottish Administration, GROS is responsible for the Census of Scotland's population. The GROS has merged with the National Archives of Scotland to form the National Records of Scotland (NRS).

* The Integrated Census Microdata (I-CeM) Project, ESRC Award Ref: RES-062-23-1629.