Old William Haddix Cemetery
Drive eight miles on Highway 15 South to Haddix. Turn onto the first gravel road to the right past the intersection of Highways 15 and 1110. Cemetery is located just behind the "Jim Tom" Haddix home. No grave in this cemetery is marked with any information.
1. William S. Haddix
(Buried in large rock tomb)
Son of Samuel and Nancy Ann (Fugate) Haddix
B. abt 1784 in Virginia
D. 1855 at Haddix , Breathitt County, Kentucky
2. Sarah "Sally" (Miller) Haddix
Buried beside husband
Daughter of Stephen and Mary (Bishop) Miller
B. abt 1788 in South Carolina
D. after 1850 in Breathitt County, Kentucky
3. - 11. Field stones marking eight slaves of William S. Haddix. Among these stones are:
Richard "Dick" Haddix
Sarah "Sally" Haddix
Elizabeth "Betsy" Haddix
Randolph "Rand" Haddix

Information provided by Stephen D. Bowling on July 15, 1997.
Slaves names are based on old interviews and the 1850 and 1860 Breathitt Slave Census.
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