|Birth: ||Oct. 10, 1828|
|Death: ||Apr. 17, 1894|
William Logan Felix, the son of Phillip Felix and Judith Haynes, was born October 10, 1828 in Ohio County, Kentucky. He was married twice. His first wife was Susan V. Black, the daughter of Francis R. Black and 1/w Nancy Ann Bibb Thomson. They were married September 7, 1853. His second wife was Hannah Dewees, the daughter of Farmer dewees and Nancy Haynes of Grayson County, Kentucky. They were married there on February 13, 1861. William Logan Felix died in Ohio County, Kentucky at the age of 65 years, 6 months and 7 days on April 17, 1894. He was buried there in the Black Cemetery in Hartfort, Kentucky.
Ohio County, Kentucky History and Biographies (pg 27). Information taken from "History of Kentucky" by Lewis Collins - 1882 and "Kentucky: A History of the State" by W.H. Perin, J.H. Battle and G. C. Kniffin - 1885.
William Logan Felix was born October 10, 1828, in Ohio County, Ky., at the age of ten years removed with his parents to Hopkins County, and in 1848 returned to Ohio County, where he has since resided. His father, Philip Felix, was born in 1802, probably in Franklin County, Ky.; was a stone mason; assisted in the construction of the penetentiary wall at Frankfort, and died in 1866. He was the son of John Felix, a German, from Virginia. John's children were Isaac, William, Charles, Philip, Josiah, Hannah (Bannon), Betsey (Carter), Susan (Christian), Mahala (Morris), Sallie (Howard) and Jane (Howard). Philip married Judith, daughter of Josiah and Judith (New) Haynes, of Ohio County, born in 1796, and still living. Their children are Emeline (Herring and Kelley), Josiah, William L., Sally (Johnson), James R., Artelia A. (Heverin), Mahala F. (Boswell), John I., Henry C., and Burch B. Mr. Felix was first married September 7, 1853, to Susan V., daughter of Frank and Nancy (Thompson) Black, of Ohio County; she was born September 7, 1828, and died May 24, 1860, and from their union sprang Antoinette E. (deceased) and Catherine J. Mr. Felix was next married, February 13, 1861 to Hannah A. daughter of Farmer and Nancy (Haynes) Deweese, of Grayson County, born February 3, 1843, and to them have been born Philip O., James C., Emeline H. (deceased) and Frances A. Mr. Felix is a farmer, having 136 acres of good land in a high state of cultivation. He is a member of the Cumberland Presbyterian Church, and in politics a Republican
VPB Note: The transfer of this memorial and information of the location of the Black Cemetery is curtesy of A. E. "Buddy" Holmes, the original holder of this memorial.
Black Cemetery of Ohio County, Kentucky is located on the old John Brown farm now owned by a Mr. Webb. From Hartford, go out Highway 69 toward Dundee. Turn right on Hamlin Chapel Road. Go beyond Hamlin Chapel Church (now a Clubhouse) a short distance. Turn left on gravel road where an old two-story frame house is on the right side of the road and a brick house just beyond where you turn back from road on left. Recorded by Mrs. Earl Davis. Typed by Jeff Black and provided on US GENWeb.
Judith Haynes Felix (1806 - 1892)
Susan Victoria Black Felix (1829 - 1860)*
Hannah Ann Dewees Pirtle (1843 - 1926)*
Philip O Felix (1861 - 1924)*
Emeline H Felix (1863 - 1864)*
James Calvin Felix (1865 - 1931)*
William Logan Felix (1828 - 1894)
James Riley Felix (1834 - 1905)*
Artelia Ann Felix Heavrin (1837 - 1880)*
John I. Felix (1842 - 1899)*
Henry C Felix (1844 - 1900)*
Maintained by: VirJean Potter Bozarth
Originally Created by: Buddy
Record added: Nov 15, 2006
Find A Grave Memorial# 16662707