Links to Published Work
May 2007 - Bloodlines on The History Channel. Bloodlines takes the potent subjects of families and war and combines them through genealogy. Each episode unravels a story that connects a modern-day Canadian family to ancestors at a famous battle or event. In the episode entitled: Riel's Ghosts - originally aired May 15th 2007, Ruth appears as a contributing genealogist. Click here to see the show information poster produced by The History Channel.
July 2006 - Ryan Taylor, a columnist for the Interlink Bookshop, has published a copy of his article which talks about the OGS's full day workshop for Irish research where Ruth was a presenter, entitled: Toronto branch offers full-day workshops
June 2005 - Ryan Taylor, a columnist for the Interlink Bookshop, has published a copy of his newspaper article on Ruth and her research on Oakville's Lady Diana Taylor, entitled: In Canada, she lived her dream
The Genealogy Store is currently selling Ruth's first book, entitled: "Planning a Genealogy Research Trip To Ireland. The Research Trail in Dublin". To find Ruth's book at The Genealogy Store, use the Product Search button on the left hand navigation bar and search by the book's title.
Park Genealogical Books is also selling Ruth's first book, entitled: "Planning a Genealogy Research Trip to Ireland. The Research Trail in Dublin". Click on this link and scroll down to reach publication number B-067.
Trafalgar Township Historical Society, is where you can find information about Ruth's second book entitled: "Remembering Trafalgar Township"
Links of Interest
Ontario Genealogical Society: Founded in 1961 to encourage, bring together and assist all those interested in the pursuit of family history.
The Genealogy BlogFinder: The ultimate resource for finding blogs relevant to family history research and genealogy.
RootsWeb.com: The oldest and largest free genealogy site.
Oakville Images: This is a leading edge scanning project to preserve history. Ruth played a small part in helping with the scanning of these images. This format is now being copied throughout Canada and around the world.
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