JUKES, Andrew

JUKES, Andrew. Canada 1847 — 28.4.1931. British (Canadian) Medical Missionary in India. Educated at Blundell’s Son of Mark Richard J. and Harriet Maria Hole. Educated at Blundell’s School in Tiverton, Devon, then higher education in medicine in England. M.D. For a while had a practice in Yorkshire. From 1878 medical missionary of Church Missionary Society, until 1906 worked in Dera Ghazi Khan. Married. He compiled an English–Jatki dictionary, which remained unpublished and was lost. Jaṭkī is now better known as Saraikī and belongs to Lahndā group.

wikitree.con knows an Andrew Dukes born c. 1848 near Dunnville, Moulton, Haldimand, Canada West (Ontario) as the son of Mark Richard Jukes (1817–1854, born in India!) and Harriet Maria Hole (1817–1854), but has no information of his further whereabouts. The parents were British, married 1841 in England, but in 1842 already in Canada. findagrave.com confirms, he is the same A.J. His parents died (1.8. and 3.8.) in Maumee, Lucas County, Ohio.

Publications: Jatki (Siraiki) translations of the Gospels. 1898.

Dictionary of the Jatki or Western Panjabi Language. . & Lahore 1900, new ed. by Shaukat Mughal as Siraiki English dictionary. 368 p. Multan 2003.

Sources: Wikipedia; parents in wikitree.com; stray notes in Internet.

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