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Thomas JUKES of New Zealand

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Looking for more information on Thomas Jukes and his descendants

Thomas Jukes was born in 1852
- unknown where
He married Elizabeth ?
-unknown surname

Their children (all born in New Zealand) were:
Eliza Jane Jukes
- born in 1876
- died in ?
- married Henry Alfred WILSON in 1898
- their children were:
1900 - Thomas Henry Wilson
1902 - Arthur George Wilson
1904 - Fredrick Cecil Wilson
1905 - Violet Elizabeth Jessie Wilson
1908 - Cyril Raymond Wilson

Annie Louise Jukes
- born in 1878
- died in 1951
- married Walter LAWSON in 1899
- their known children were:
1900 - Annie Ellen Elizabeth Lawson
1903 - Florence Francoise Lawson
1905 - Alice Josephine Lawson
1908 - Walter Thomas Leslie Lawson

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

Sarah Helen/Ellen Jukes
- born in 1882
- died in ?
- married Henry Aubery CONNER in 1900

George Arthur Jukes
- born in 1885
- died in 1966
- married Catherine DOOLING in 1910

Mary Evangeline Jukes
- born in 1887
- died in 1887 an infant
- buried at Terrace End, Palmerston North

Walter David Juke
- born in 1888 in Feilding
- died in 1905 aged 16 in a bushfelling accident in Ohau

Lily May Jukes
- born in 1890
- died in 1961 in Eltham, Taranaki
- married Henry Douglas DRAKE in 1908
- Henry/Harry was born 1880 in Normanby, Taranaki
- he died 1956 in Raetahi

Daisy Violet Rose Juke
- born in 1894
- died in 1969
- married Frederick James CROWE in 1910

John Wilfred Jukes;
- born in 1895
- died in 1895 aged 3 weeks

Surnames: CONNER CROWE DOOLING DRAKE HANNEN JUKES SAINT
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on 2010-03-29 07:14:23

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by Kawhio on 2010-04-02 04:53:03

Hi ngairedith,
Over Gisborne way you will come across many with the name Jukes.
They have a trucking firm 20 minuets drive West of Gisborne at Te Karaka.

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