Nicola Mills is a Freelance Archive Consultant and Latin Translator. Previously Nicola was a Curator for the Scottish Archive Network (2000-2003); Curator for the Scottish Record Office (1995-1997); Curator for the Scottish United Services Museum (1994-1995); and Assistant Archivist at the School of Oriental and African Studies. She has a PhD from the University of St. Andrews entitled ‘The Transmission of Classical and Patristic Latin Texts in Late Anglo-Saxon and Early-Norman England’.
- With Advantage and Pleasure: the Letters of a Scottish Doctor and his Family, 1806 – 1835, (Aberdeen, 2008)
- ‘Jessie King: the last woman hanged in Calton Jail, Edinburgh’, interview on BBC Radio Four’s Woman’s Hour, (13th. March, 2001)
- ‘Wilson of Bannockburn and the Clothing of the Highland Regiments’, with Allan Carswell, Journal of the Society for Army Historical Research (Autumn 1998)
- ‘An Accidental Crime’, Book of the Old Edinburgh Club, New Series Volume 4 (1997)
- ‘Wilson of Bannockburn, Tartan Manufacturers’, Journal of the Society for Army Historical Research, (Autumn 1996)
- ‘The History of the China Inland Mission’, with Rosemary Seton, Great Britain and China, 1993