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The Clarence Maggard Family

Updated September 5, 2000


Welcome to the Clarence Maggard family homepage. Clarence was a native of Leslie County, Kentucky, (b.1909, d.1997). His sixth-great grandfather, John Maggard, was of Germanic origin, born Hans Magert in 1690. Samuel Maggard, one of his two sons - (the other was David Maggard) - moved into the region of now Letcher County, Kentucky, in the 1730's and then into Leslie County in the 1770's. A book by Leslie County educator and attorney, Hays Lewis, Entangled Roots (1990; Kentucky Imprints: Berea, Ky.) outlines several Maggard-family connections.
Other family trees listed in Entangled Roots include Baker, Bowling, Campbell, Clark, Coots, Day, Garrison, Kilburn, Lewis, Pennington, Roberts, Williams and Madden-Yates.

As one of Clarence Maggard's three children, and Hans Magert's seventh-great grandchildren, I am interested in developing a detailed history of the family's life and times, including anecdotes, legal information, rumor and hearsay. Please contact me by E-mail or mail to obtain, provide or trade information about individuals named Maggard, Maggert, Magart or any possible variant thereof.



Elmer Clarence Maggard
416 South Fourth Street
625 Maple Avenue
Danville, Kentucky 40422
United States
606-236-4210
ecmaggard@searnet.com

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