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Beautifully illustrated family history books with a difference by a frequent contributor to the UK family history press. I write for Family Tree Magazine UK; Discover Your Ancestors Online Periodical and Bookazine; Who Do You Think You Are? Magazine. The publishers of my family history books are Pen and Sword Books and The History Press. I tweet (and retweet) thought-provoking content designed to help you tweak your approach to (your family) history at @RuthaSymes . Do follow me.

Tuesday, 10 April 2012

Other Publications by Ruth A. Symes

Books and Articles by Ruth A. Symes




Ruth A. Symes and Trev Broughton (eds), The Governess: An Anthology, Sutton Press, 1997.
 

Ruth A. Symes and Peter Fjagesund, The Northern Utopia: British Perceptions of Norway in the Nineteenth Century, Rodopi, 2003


Ruth A. Symes, Stories from Your Family Tree: Researching Ancestors Within Living Memory, The History Press, 2008. Buy this book:
http://www.amazon.co.uk/Stories-Your-Family-Tree-Researching/dp/075095082X/ref=sr_1_1?s=books&ie=UTF8&qid=1334825242&sr=1-1
 

Ed. Ruth A. Symes, Walter Wright, From Corncrake to Combine: Memoirs of a Cheshire Farmer, Tempus, 2008.


I am/have been a frequent contributor to the following magazines: 
 

Who Do You Think You Are?

Family Tree Magazine

Practical Family History

Family History Monthly

Ancestors

Your Family Tree

Your Family History

Slightly Foxed: The Real Reader's Quarterly

Discover My Past Scotland (Online magazine)

Discover My Past England (Online magazine)

Scotland Magazine

Scottish Heritage

Keywords: European ancestors, Europe, ancestry, family history, genealogy, oral history, England, English, language, immigrants, immigration, regions, regional, British Isles, UK, England, English

1 comment:

  1. I've just read your article on Autograph books on Genes Reunited, and wondered if you might give permission, please, to re-print it (with Australian content inserted), in our local family history journal (our society has approx. 250 members).
    Kind regards, Sandra
    (Mornington Peninsula FHS).

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