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the JUKES on PECK of Taita

Journal by ngairedith

the JUKES on the tree up to 13 August 2010

Annie Louise Jukes (1878-1951)
- married Walter LAWSON in 1899
- their known children:
1900 - Annie Ellen Elizabeth Lawson
1903 - Florence Francoise Lawson
1905 - Alice Josephine Lawson
1908 - Walter Thomas Leslie Lawson
1911 - Benjamin Douglas Lawson
1912 - James Henry Lawson

Daisy Violet Rose Jukes (1894-1969)
- married Frederick James CROWE in 1910

Eliza Jane Jukes (1876-)
- married Henry Alfred WILSON in 1898
- their known children:
1900 - Thomas Henry Wilson
1902 - Arthur George Wilson
1904 - Fredrick Cecil Wilson
1905 - Violet Elizabeth Jessie Wilson
1908 - Cyril Raymond Wilson
1911 - Alfred Eric Wilson
1912 - Ethel Rose Wilson

Emerald Vivian Jukes (1906-1964)
- married James NICHOLAS in 1923

George Arthur Jukes (1885-1966)
- married Catherine DOOLING in 1910

John Wilfred Jukes (1895-1895)
- John died aged 3 weeks

Lilith Coralene Jukes (1908-)
- married Robert Henry DONALDSON in 1926

Lily May Jukes (1890-1961)
- married Henry Douglas DRAKE in 1908

Mary Evangeline Jukes (1887-1887)
- died 2 Aug 1887 aged 6 weeks in Palmerston North
- she is buried Terrace End

Mervyn Aylwin Jukes (1909-1998)
- nothing known

Sarah Helen/Ellen Jukes (1882-)
- married Henry Aubery CONNER in 1900

Thomas Jukes (1852-1904)
- married Elizabeth ?

Walter David Jukes (1888-1905)
- born in Feilding
- Walter died aged 16 in a bush felling accident

William Edwin Thomas Jukes (1880-1940)
- married Laura Violet HANNEN in 1904
- married Grace Muriel SAINT in 1927

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on 2010-08-15 09:57:28


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by dianejordan on 2013-04-29 21:13:41

Not sure if I can help. My mother was a Peck from Dannevirke. We had a Peck family reunion at the racetrack at the Hutt valley Wellington approx 37 years ago. A Peck organized the reunion lived in upper hutt. I think they had a furniture factory. It was a huge turnout of relatives. We had a servic in an old very small wooden church in the hutt, on a road that wound around the base of the hills, on the right side of the hutt going north. I believe the church has since been burnt down. I think there was a maori chief buried there at the back of the church with a large monument to him.

by ngairedith on 2013-04-30 06:42:31

hi diane,

the church was internally damaged by fire in 1989 and subsequently restored to its original specifications
you can see the church here after it was lovingly restored and read the history

the Residents of Christ Church Taita

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