Evidence of Maskelyne Alcock, Esq., Magistrate, Substantial farmer, on Cultivation of Furze for Horses in Bandon 1844.
Maskelyne Alcock Esq. TCD, 1791, Rough Grove/Ballygarvy (Bandon). 1784 subscriber Sheridan Dictionary. Cork Summer Assizes 1828. 26/6/1783 Alcock Maskelyne, marriage Popham Elizabeth Last Friday at St Barry’s, Maskelyne Alcock of Rough Grove Esq to Miss Elizabeth Popham with £1,000. 1828 Quarter Session Bandon. 1828 seeking reform of House of Commons. 1831, sitting Farnivane (Samuel Hosford’s house) 1835. Subscriber to Lewis 1837. Roughgrove had devolved on the Alcocks by inheritance from the Maskelyne family. Member Commission on Magistrates 1838 1840 calling for Testimonial to late William Crawford Cork benefactor. Attending Landlord Meeting Bandon Courthouse 1846. Attending Famine Relief Meeting Dunmanway 1846. Died Famine Fever.