Angeles City Barangays

Barangay Margot

Historical Background

Briefly, the name MARGOT (formerly sitios Talimundoc & Tacondo) was derived from the name of the only daughter of the Commanding Officer assigned and detailed sometime the year 1902 at Camp Forth Stotsenberg then Clark Air Force Base and now Clark Free Port Zone, Clarkfield, Pampanga. The daughter of the US Commanding Officer is just celebrating her 18th (debut) birthday that time and during he said occasion the Father of the debutant has announced to the invited high placed individuals in the sitios suggesting the two sitios (Tacondo & Talimundoc) to unite into one barrio (now Barangay). In honor of the debutant, the 2 sitios were named later on as MARGOT. The first settlers in this Barangay were mostly ateas (balugas) and some locales. Subsequently, other workers of the camp started to live likewise in this barrio and built their residential houses including some of the enlisted men (US Calvary) and members of the Philippine Scout detailed at Camp Forth Stotsenberg. Pampango and Tagalog are the most common dialect spoken in this place. Since then Barangay Margot emerged as thickly populated Barangay today.

Demographic Profile

  • Total Population — 4,082
  • Households — 796
  • Schools (Public / Private) :
    • Elementary :
      • Tacondo Elementary School


  • Total Land Area — 250 Hectares

Contact Information

  • Address Sampaguita Main Road, Purok 6, Margot, Angeles City
  • Mobile 0927-6447455/0998-8810870

Barangay Council

  • Punong Barangay Hon. Jose A. Bagang
  • Brgy. Councilor Hon. Eller C. Arenas
  • Brgy. Councilor Hon. Jovito A. Palmmon
  • Brgy. Councilor Hon. Mark Anthony F. Tolentino
  • Brgy. Councilor Hon. Anastacia M. Cupidos
  • Brgy. Councilor Hon. Aurelia G. Tayag
  • Brgy. Councilor Hon. Renato DG. Icban
  • Brgy. Councilor Hon. Rosendo I. Espiritu
  • Secretary Emily O. Balina
  • Treasurer Herbert C. Paras
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