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Maddocks was born in Summerfield ME. He graduated from Rhode Island School of Design. He worked for his father, an electrical engineer as Maddocks and Maddocks. He published a book on dancing in 1941.  He served in WWII as a cartographer for the Army Air Force.  He moved to Winston-Salem in 1952 and worked for Stinson Arey Hall and Ralph Crump. He founded the Winston-Salem-Greensboro-High Point Chapter of the Construction Specifications Institute and Winston-Salem Associated Artists, predecessor of the Winston-Salem Gallery of Fine Arts. He married Margaret Morris Maddocks; she died in 1998. His son is John Calvin Maddocks and his daughters Leslie Hyatt and Deborah Maddocks.

1965 - 936 Wellington Road, Winston-Salem NC. For sale in 2020.

Sources include: Curtis Leonard, John Maddocks.