The spelling FOUKE could well be the anglicized version of the French surname FOUQUET (ronounced foo-KAY). The most notable person with this name was Nicholas Fouquet, a great nobleman at the time of King Louis XIV in the late 1600's, and Finance Minister.
Fouquet had the great French landscaper Le Nôtre design a wonderful new kind of "garden park" with multiple terraces, endless walkways, fountains, and sculptured bushes and trees. He was so pleased with his magnificent estate that he threw a big party and invited King Louis. About a month later, Louis had Fouquet arrested, supposedly for defrauding the French Treasury, and all his lands were confiscated. Louis took what he liked (which evidently was quite a lot) from Fouquet's estate, including the landscaper Le Nôtre and the other designers, and set them to work on a new "getaway" about 25 km outside Paris in a tiny little village called Versailles. The rest, as they say, is history.
This Fouquet has been featured as the villain in a number of film and television versions of "The Three Musketeers".
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