Throughout history, there have been many British women non-fiction writers who have made significant contribution to the field. The list includes many familiar and great British female non-fiction writers such as Princess Michael of Kent, Isabella Beeton, Rose Macaulay, Lisa Jardine, Han Suyin.
Gertrude BellGertrude Bell
14 July 1868, British
Writer, Diplomat
Geri HalliwellGeri Halliwell
06 August 1972, British
Singer

Jill IrelandJill Ireland
24 April 1936, British, American
Actress

Cilla BlackCilla Black
27 May 1943, British
Singer

Jane AsherJane Asher
05 April 1946, British
Actress

Princess Michael of KentPrincess Michael of Kent
15 January 1945, British
Author
Gemma CollinsGemma Collins
31 January 1981, British
Businesswoman

Liza TarbuckLiza Tarbuck
21 November 1964, British
Actress

Vera BrittainVera Brittain
29 December 1893, British
Writer

Mary SoamesMary Soames
15 September 1922, British
Youngest Child of Winston Churchill
Carol McGiffinCarol McGiffin
18 February 1960, British
Radio Broadcaster

Isabella BeetonIsabella Beeton
12 March 1836, British
Author
Rose MacaulayRose Macaulay
01 August 1881, British
Writer

Kim SearsKim Sears
10 December 1987, British
Artist

Coleen NolanColeen Nolan
12 March 1965, British
Singer
Judith MillerJudith Miller
16 September 1951, British, Scottish
Journalist

Allegra HustonAllegra Huston
26 August 1964, British, American
Writer
Ingrid PittIngrid Pitt
21 November 1937, Polish, British
Actress

Susan HillSusan Hill
05 February 1942, British
Novelist

Joy AdamsonJoy Adamson
20 January 1910, Austrian, Czech, British
Naturalist
Gertrude JekyllGertrude Jekyll
29 November 1843, British
Horticulturist, Painter, Gardener, Non-fiction

Elizabeth Jane HowardElizabeth Jane Howard
26 March 1923, British
Author
Lisa JardineLisa Jardine
12 April 1944, British
Historian, Professor, Non-fiction writer

Han SuyinHan Suyin
12 September 1917, British
Midwife, Writer, Non-fiction writer

Edith Mary PargeterEdith Mary Pargeter
28 September 1913, British
Novelist