The Bennetts and the Givenses have been rivals for generations. She makes a mean "apple pie" moonshine flavored to be similar to apple pie. Mags intended to just be a wife and mother until she was forced to take over her husband's criminal enterprise after his death. She runs a general store as a front for her family's lucrative marijuana growing business. She and Helen have placed a hold on the Givens-Bennett feud. She entrusts her money to Ellstin Limehouse.
Mags poisons Walt McCready with a glass of Apple Pie moonshine because he got the authorities involved when a man in the Bennett's employ perved on his daughter Loretta. She has Dickie and Coover dispose of the body down a mine shaft. Mags takes in Loretta and tells her her father Walt is doing some work for them in Texas. She was once a respected member of the community until she sold the land she had sworn to protect to a mining company, Black Pike. Afterwards she is reviled by the members of town and had her local general store vandalized and burglarized.
After Loretta finds out about the Bennetts' involvement in her father's murder, she is sent to foster care. Mags still asked Raylan Givens about her welfare.
- Pervis Bennett: Husband, deceased
- Doyle Bennett: Oldest son, deceased
- Dickie Bennett: Middle son
- Coover Bennett: Youngest son, deceased
- Gracie: Cousin
- Walt McCready: Murder victim
- Loretta McCready: Associate, unofficial "daughter"
- Raylan Givens: U.S. Marshal
- Ellstin Limehouse: Associate, Holder of Mags's stashed money
"It's too late. It was already in the glass, not in the jar"
"Put an end to my troubles...get to be with my boys...get to know the mystery..." Mags' last words
|Season two appearances|
|The Moonshine War||The Life Inside||The I of the Storm||For Blood or Money||Cottonmouth|
|Blaze of Glory||Save My Love||The Spoil||Brother's Keeper||Debts and Accounts|
|Full Commitment||Reckoning||Bloody Harlan|