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- Rowntree's Cocoa Works
- The Retreat Mental Hospital
- three Quaker schools - Ackworth, Bootham, and The Mount.
They included four generations. The main Tukes were
- William Tuke III (1732-1822), founder of The Retreat at York, one of the first modern insane asylums, in 1792.
- Henry Tuke (1755-1814)
- Samuel Tuke (1784-1857)
- James Hack Tuke (1819-1896)
- Hannah Tuke (1811-1869)
- John Tuke (cartographer and surveyer)
- William Murray Tuke (1822-1903), who gained his second name from Lindley Murray
- Dame Margaret Jansen Tuke, D.B.E., M.A. (1862-1947) Principal of Bedford College, London University
- Henry Scott Tuke (12 June 1858–13 March 1929), British painter and photographer, is best remembered for his paintings of naked boys and young men, which have earned him a status as a pioneer of gay male culture.
- Daniel Hack Tuke (1827–1895), was a prominent campaigner for humane treatment of the insane.
- "John Tuke, of the city of York, linen-draper, dealer, and chapman" announced on list of "B_K_TS" 
- Tuke pedigree
- Willam K Sessions and E.Margaret Sessions (1971) The Tukes of York in the Seventeenth, Eighteenth and Nineteenth Centuries Ebor Press, York. (Includes family tree of 12 generations, pp. 116-117.)
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