Mary Anne Rocque

Mary Ann Rocque (born about 1725, died after 1770) was a cartographer in 18th-century London. In 1751 she married cartographer John Rocque, who held the titles “Cartographer to the Prince of Wales” and “Topographer to His Royal Highness the Duke of Glouchester.”

John Rocque died in 1762; in widowhood Mary Ann Rocque carried on the family business, going into partnership with Andrew Dury. Together they Rocque published new and significant maps.

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