James Goodfellow


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James Goodfellow

A Scottish inventor who patented personal identification number technology and was also instrumental in developing the automated teller machine. He was born in 1937.
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"I painted the James Goodfellow mural in Rowan Street and another couple of ones around the town.
Also covered tonight is the man we should all be thanking at 2am when we need a taxi - James Goodfellow, who invented the ATM.
28The idea of a PIN stored on the card was developed by British engineer James Goodfellow in 1965.
James Goodfellow, 54, of Avonmere, Rugby, admitted speeding on the M1 motorway.
James Goodfellow, 79, was a young engineer working in Glasgow in the 1960s when the banks were looking for a way of letting customers get hold of their money after branches closed on a Saturday.
Gail Cohen will assume the role of chair of the board of directors from James Goodfellow. As general trust counsel, Cohen will continue to oversee trust and estate services, as well as client relationship functions.
Protectionist is counterbalanced by the loss of James Goodfellow, and anything that Mr.
The older boys were sent to Scotland to live with their grandmother and Ricky was sent to live with James Goodfellow who was his Great Uncle.
An OBE also goes to James Goodfellow, the British engineer who developed the idea of a personal identification number (PIN) used for retrieving money from 'holes in the wall'.
Fame at last Artist Shaun Devenney painted a portrait of his neighbour James Goodfellow, the man who invented the PIN
Paisley man James Goodfellow, 80, patented the concept for card-operated ATMs in 1966.
Johnny Bean was leading points scorer, and Sean Fereday and James Goodfellow joint top try scorers.