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Father: Thomas ARNOLD (*1824 +1875)
Mother: Jane TINLEN (*26 Nov 1824 +16 Aug 1892)

Julia Annie ARNOLD (*Mar 1858 +14 Nov 1924)

Husband 1 : Gustave Albert LüTKENS
Children
  1. +May Sigismunde LUTKENS (*1 May 1889 +14 Jun 1965)
  2.  Harold Arnold LüTKENS (*15 Sep 1890 +11 Apr 1918)
  3. +Hugh Edgar LUTKENS (*19 Jun 1892 +12 Jan 1946)
  4. +Ethel Rhoda LüTKENS (*25 Jun 1895 +11 Aug 1955)
  5.  Zöe Olga LUTKENS (*4 Nov 1896 +5 Sep 1965)
  6. +Cyril Baden LüTKENS (*6 May 1900 )
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                  _John ARNOLD ______|
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 _Thomas ARNOLD _|
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|                |_Elizabeth OXFORD _|
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|--Julia Annie ARNOLD 
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|                                     _Thomas TINLIN _
|                 _Andrew TINLEN ____|
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|_Jane TINLEN ___|
                 |                    ________________
                 |_Mary BRISTOL _____|
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[156] 1881 she was a teacher at the Pitermaritzburg Girl's model primary school
(from Shelagh O'Byrne Spencer: British Settlers in Natal, 1824-1857: Abbott-Ayre p74)

The amound of 547P 12s 6p was paid to JA Lutkens for losses sustained by her late husband during the way 1899-1902. (Colony of Natal Auditor general report for financial year 1904-1905)



NAB MSCE 12/7 (1901) HELENA LUTKENS
Letter from Mrs J. A. Lütkens : -

272 Sydenham Road
Berea, Durban
4th June 1909

The Master of the Supreme Court
Maritzburg, Natal

Dear Sir,

I am writing you in great distress, as I do not know I can provide a home, education, &c. for my younger children. Since my elder son has forsaken us and will not assist me further in the maintenance of the younger members of the family. A certain legacy was left for the benefit of the children under certain conditions by their grandmother, and I would ask you if it be possible to allow something for their maintenance now, instead of waiting for the majority of my eldest child.

Kindly inform me what further steps I should take to attain this object.

Mr. C. G. Willson of Dundee is the trustee. I should like you to give this matter immediate attention as we are in great straits.

I have the honour to remain, dear Sir,

Yours faithfully,

J. A Lütkens.

I have omitted to mention that the bequest was made by Mrs. H. Lütkens, who died in 1901.






Natal Archives Repository estate file Reference. MSCE 9861/1924
Julia Annie Lutkens (born Arnold)
Born in Durban, Natal - English
Father : Thomas Arnold, deceased
Mother : Jane Arnold, deceased
Julia was aged 64 years 8 months
State and her husband died on 2nd April 1903.
She was married in Maritzburg, Natal.
She died on 14th Novemebr 1924 at the residence of Mrs C R Tee, Reitz, Orange Free State.
Her children were -
May Armitage
Hugh Edgar Lutkens
Ethel Rhoda Tee
Zoe Olga Milford
Cyril Baden Lutkens
and they were all majors.

Within her estate file it mentioned the following -
Will was dated 16 November 1923 (also reported to be dated 18 January 1923) and at that date J A Lutkens was of 6 Raleigh Street, Port Elizabeth and late of 272 Sydenham Road, Durban.
It said that of her children Mrs F Armitage (May) was of P O Lusaka, Rhodesia, Mrs C R Tee (Rhoda) was of Box 911, Durban, Zoe Lutkens was of 6 Raleigh Street, Port Elizabeth, Baden Cyril Lutkens was of 44 Guilford Road, Durban, and Edgar Lutkens was of 6 Raleigh Street, Port Elizabeth.

In another note it mentioned that in 1925 Mrs E R Tee was of Box 118, Reitz, Orange Free State.



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DEPOT NAB
SOURCE CSO
TYPE LEER
VOLUME_NO 1712
SYSTEM 01
REFERENCE 1902/7091
PART 1
DESCRIPTION JA LUTKENS, DUNDEE. ASKS TO BE FURNISHED WITH A COPY OF THE
PROCLAMATION ISSUED BY THE SECRETARY OF STATE FOR THE COLONIES
PROMISING COMPENSATION TO LOYALISTS FOR LOSSES CAUSED BY THE LATE
WAR.
STARTING 1902
ENDING 1902

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DEPOT NAB
SOURCE MSCE
TYPE LEER
VOLUME_NO 0
SYSTEM 01
REFERENCE 9861/1924
PART 1
DESCRIPTION LUTKENS, JULIA ANNIE. (BORN ARNOLD) (WIDOW).
STARTING 1924
ENDING 1925

[157] Pietermaritzburg Girl's Model Primary School

[159] deat cert of son Harold

[NF110] Married with post-nuptial contract

[152] [S424] Commonwealth War Graves Commission

[158] [S562] Marriage certificate

[160] [S201] Death Notice for Julia Annie Arnold

[153] [S154] Biographical Series on British Settlers in Natal

[154] [S24] Natal Archives Repository estate file Reference. MSCE 9861/1924

[155] [S154] Biographical Series on British Settlers in Natal

[18173] [S564] Natal Archives Repository estate file Reference. MSCE 17/85 (1903)