Alix, Ferdinand a French theologian, was born at Frasne in 1740. He was brought up by one of his uncles; studied theology at Besancon; emigrated during the Revolution, after which he returned and became rector of Verceil, near Pontarlier. He died there, Feb. 4, 1825, leaving, Le Manuel des Catholiques, ou Recueit de divers Entretiens Familiers sur la Religion: — Les Impies Modernes: — Le Dernier Prone d'un Pretre du Jura. These three works were published in Switzerland from 1794 to 1796. See Hoefer, Nouv. Biog. Generale, s.v.