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Rev Felix Logan "Cap" Arnall
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Birth: Feb. 16, 1893
McDonald County
Missouri, USA
Death: Mar. 24, 1959
Newton County
Missouri, USA

Husband of Leona (Shipman) Arnall (Marr. in Granby, MO.)

Father of Bonnie Yvonne Keith, Ena Mildred Cook, Josephine "Jo" Barrett, George Franklin Arnall, Clyde E. Arnall (Died Sept. 16, 1917), Ernest Dean Arnall, Peter "Pete" Leon Arnall, Floyd Ralph Arnall, Johnnie B. Arnall, Bobby Arnall (Died April 12, 1929), William "Bill" Herbert Arnall Sr., Wilbur Arnall, & Rev. James "Jim" Arnall.

Son of Peter Harrah Arnall (Died May 12, 1899) & Mary Ann (Johnson) Arnall (Died March 14, 1923.)

Brother of Mary Catherine Cook, Sarah Evaline Grant, Mallory H. Arnall (Died Sept. 16, 1913), Melvina Jane Walker, & Aleck Floyd Arnall (Died Dec. 2, 1927.)

Maternal Grandparents: Absolum & Permelia Jane (Jones) Johnson.

Paternal Grandparents: John M. & Nancy (Hinds) Arnall.

Felix Arnall worked in the mines then for the Frisco Railroad, becoming a section foreman. While employed by the railroad he invented a railroad safety switch. A lack of funds caused him to form a partnership in order to obtain a patent. The death of the partner caused a loss of the patent, but the switch was widely used.

Felix got his nickname "Cap" because he was a captain in the group "The Woodmen of the World." This group met each Monday night in Granby and drilled with swords and axes. Felix was a member of the group in the years 1913 - 1919.

In 1912 - 1914 Felix played the position of pitcher on the Granby Cardinals Baseball Team.

Serving the Lord was always in Felix's life. He was a Sunday School Superintendent and later began preaching. He first held services in various homes before establishing his own church. In 1943, Rev. Felix Arnall organized the Silver Moon Full Gospel Church. It is located three miles south of Diamond, MO. on 71A Highway which is now Highway 59. Because of ill health Rev. Arnall resigned his position and Fred Franks became pastor in 1952. Rev. Fred Franks still holds this position in 2005.

Family links: 
  Peter Harrah Arnall (1852 - 1899)
  Mary Ann Johnson Arnall (1856 - 1923)
  Leona Shipman Arnall (1894 - 1980)
  Clyde E. Arnall (1916 - 1917)*
  Ernest Dean Arnall (1918 - 1973)*
  Ena Mildred Arnell Cook (1920 - 1983)*
  Peter Leon Arnall (1922 - 2003)*
  William Herbert Arnall (1924 - 2005)*
  Floyd Ralph Arnall (1925 - 1962)*
  Johnnie B. Arnall (1927 - 2013)*
  Bobby Arnall (1929 - 1929)*
  Mary Catherine Arnall Cook (1874 - 1962)*
  Mallory H. Arnall (1881 - 1913)*
  Melvina Jane Arnall Walker (1887 - 1979)*
  Felix Logan Arnall (1893 - 1959)
  Aleck Floyd Arnall (1895 - 1927)*
*Calculated relationship
Granby Memorial Cemetery
Newton County
Missouri, USA
Plot: A 4
Maintained by: Judie
Originally Created by: Jody
Record added: Feb 12, 2005
Find A Grave Memorial# 10463991
Rev Felix Logan Cap Arnall
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Rest in Peace
- Janice Books
 Added: Jun. 13, 2015
Jody, what an awesome memorial. I never knew my Grandpa Arnall because I was born in December after he passed away. I learned of him from family, friends and people like you who have their stories to tell. I am honored to be a decendent of Rev. Felix L...(Read more)
- Pam Arnall McMahan
 Added: Aug. 12, 2011
Rev. Felix Arnall, I just want to thank you for starting the Silver Moon Full Gospel Church.
You don't know the lives that are still being changed because of you obeying God. My children are the 6th generation that I know of that has came out of Silver...(Read more)
- Jody
 Added: Feb. 12, 2005

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