Hugh McGregor Ross
Hugh McGregor Ross (born 31 August 1917 in Nairobi, British East Africa) is an early pioneer in the history of British computing. He worked for Ferranti from the mid-1960s, where he worked on the Pegasus thermionic valve computer. He was involved in the standardization of ASCII and ISO 646 and worked closely with Bob Bemer. ASCII was first known in Europe as the Bemer-Ross Code. He was also one of the three main designers of ISO 6937, with Peter Fenwick and Loek Zeckendorf. He was one of the principal architects of the Universal Character Set ISO/IEC 10646 when it was first conceived.
Hugh is an expert in the Gospel of Thomas and has written several books about it. He is a Quaker, and has also written about George Fox. His working papers on the teachings of Fox are held at Yorkshire Quaker Heritage Project.
 Books by Hugh McGregor Ross
- Hugh McGregor, Ross; and Colleagues (2012), Pegasus: The Early Seminal Computer, Authors Online Ltd, ISBN 978-0755214822
- George Fox Speaks for Himself: Texts that reveal his personality—many hitherto unpublished. York: William Sessions, 1991. ISBN 1-85072-081-9
- Говорит сам Джордж Фокс: тексты, раскрывающие его личнотсь (многие публикыуются впервые). Отобрано, отредактировано и представлено Хью Мак-Грегором Россом. Ленинград: [s.n.]. ISBN 5-94067-018-0
- The Gospel of Thomas: newly presented to bring out the meaning, with introductions paraphrases and notes. Colchester: The Millrind Press, 1997. ISBN 1-902194-02-0. Second edition Element Books, ISBN 1-84293-036-2. First edition York: Ebor Press, ISBN 1-85072-019-3
- Jesus untouched by the Church: His Teachings in the Gospel of Thomas. Calligraphy by John Blamires. York: William Sessions Limited, 1998. ISBN 1-85072-213-7
- Thirty Essays on the Gospel of Thomas. Cathair na Mart: Evertype, 2008. ISBN 1-904808-12-1. 4th edition Watkins Publishing. ISBN 1-84293-135-0
- George Fox: A Christian mystic. Cathair na Mart: Evertype, 2008. ISBN 1-904808-17-6
- The Gospel of Thomas collection. Hugh McGregor Ross' web site about translation and commentary on the Gospel of Thomas.
- Fischer, Eric. . The Evolution of Character Codes, 1874-1968
- Ross, Hugh McGregor. 1961. "Further Survey of Punched Card Codes", in Communications of the ACM, vol. 4, no. 4, April, pp.182-183.
- Ross, Hugh McGregor. 1961. "Considerations in Choosing a Character Code for Computers and Punched Tapes", in The Computer Journal, vol. 3, no. 3, January, 1961, pp. 202-210.
- Ross, Hugh McGregor. 2001. "Ferranti's London Computer Centre", in Computer Resurrection: The Bulletin of the Computer Conservation Society, Number 25, Summer. ISSN 0958 7403
- Bemer, Bob (n.d.). An Email-based Interview with Hugh McGregor Ross. Trailing-edge.com. Accessed 2008-12-09.
- Bemer, Bob (n.d.). Bemer meets Europe. Trailing-edge.com. Accessed 2008-04-14. Employed at IBM at that time
- Quaker Records at ancestry.com