Our Team

Our core team members


    John Harris MA

    John Harris, a partner in T Cribb and Sons, was instrumental in forming TCS Exhumations and is ultimately responsible for all projects undertaken by the company. John has over 35 years of experience in the funeral profession and is a founder member and past president of SAIF – the society of Allied and Independent Funeral Directors. John graduated with a Masters Degree in ‘Death in Society’ from Reading University in October 2000 and regularly gives lectures throughout the country on funeral history


    Adrian Miles Bsc

    Adrian Miles is an experienced consultant archaeologist. He graduated in Archaeological Sciences from the University of Bradford in 1984 and has worked for MoLAS since 1986. He has been a Senior Archaeologist since 1990 and he has specialised in the excavation of burials since 1988, particularly from the Post-medieval period.

    Supervision of excavations carried out in burial grounds:
    St Brides lower churchyard, City of London, St Benet Sherehog, City of London, Cross Bones burial ground, Southwark, St Marylebone School, Westminster, Spitalfields, area 2, Tower Hamlets, St Mary and St Michael, Commercial Road, City Bunhill, Golden Lane, Bow Baptist Church, St Sepulchre, Newgate Street, City of London, New Bunhill Fields, Deverell Steet, Southwark

    Crypt and vault recording work:
    St Andrew Holborn, City of London, St Lawrence Jewry, City of London, Christ Church, Spitalfields, Tower Hamlets, St James Garlickhythe, City of London, Bunhill Fields, Islington, St George the Martyr, Southwark

    Burial ground watching briefs at:
    New Bunhill Fields, Islington, St John Wapping, Tower Hamlets, St Paul, Deptford

    Adrian has also worked on a number of other burial sites from all periods in London, as well as in Israel and Libya. He has also acted as project specialist for coffin furniture to Gifford & Partners Ltd for the archaeological investigation of St Pancras burial ground in advance of the CTRL St Pancras Terminus and to AoC Archaeology for Bowling Green Lane.


    Nichola Murch B.Eng

    Nichola Harris is responsible for the initial site preparation and the day to day running of projects, including overall responsibility for health and safety. Nichola graduated from Cardiff University with a degree in civil engineering. Having worked for a few years with a large engineering construction company, Nichola joined TCS Exhumations in April 2008.


    Stephen Randall MICOB

    Stephen Randall, of Randall Contracting and Plant Group, has over 35 years of experience in the building industry and is responsible for demolition, construction, plant hire and waste management on TCS Exhumation projects.