The Vokes family were three sisters, one brother and a second honorary brother popular in the pantomime theatres of 1870s London and in the United States. Their father was a theatrical costumier. Early in their career, at the Lyceum Theatre, London, they danced in W. S. Gilbert's pantomime, Harlequin Cock Robin and Jenny Wren.
- Fred Vokes (1846–1888), actor and dancer
- Jessie Vokes (1851–1884), actress
- Victoria Vokes (1853–1894), actress
- Rosina Vokes (1854–1894), actress
- Fawdon Vokes (born Walter Fawdon; 1844–1904), actor
20–22 March 1875 and during the week. "THE BELLES OF THE KITCHEN" author : unknown with Fred, Fawdon, Jessie, and Victoria Vokes. Royal Adelphi Theatre, Strand, Westminster, London, England.
Funerary monument, Brompton Cemetery, London
- "The Vokes Family". Its-behind-you.com, accessed 31 December 2010
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