Born and educated in BRADSTOWN, KY
He moved to Gallatin, Tennessee where he married Ann Trigg. In 1836 he moved to Mississippi and in 1838 he settled in Gonzales County, Texas which was a wild frontier section. He took part in the wars against the Indians. He was elected Gonzales county clerk in 1846 and held that office continuously until his death in 1872. It was not known when his first wife died. His second wife was Eliza Polk of Gonzales, the daughter of Thomas Polk and Mary Ann Sloan [Thomas Polk served in Capt. Gibson Kuykendall's Company at San Jacinto. The company were part of the rear guard camped near Harrisburg during the battle-WLM]. The children of Felix and Eliza were: Ben, Dora, Letitia, Lucien, James "Timmy", Charles Polk and John Bass Chenault.
Gonzales City Cemetery
Created by: flgrl
Record added: Aug 26, 2009
Find A Grave Memorial# 41201710