Jukes Family


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A pseudonym assigned to an Irish family studied by R.L. Dugdale in 1874 that lent support to the controversial concept of inherited criminal behaviour
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In addition to a doctoral degree from Johns Hopkins, Estabrook's scientific experience included his investigation of the Jukes family, a notorious New York clan first examined in the 1870s and described in the classic study, The Jukes.
THOUSANDS of homes throughout the West Midlands saw the breadwinners' wage wiped out at a stroke with the fall of Longbridge - but for the Jukes family it was FIVE times over.
The Jukes family has already raised more than PS3,800 since the fund was set up after Alan's mum, Kath, died from fibrosis of the lung in August 2011.