Aylett and Allied Families Cemetery at Fairfeild Farm Kings County Virginia
The restoration of the Aylett Family Burying Ground at “Fairfield,” where interments began early in the eighteenth century and continued until 1860, was well under way by 1990. Aylett descendants contributed heavily to this project, and markers were placed at the graves of Unity West Dandridge and Elizabeth Henry Aylett (1769-1842), youngest daughter of Patrick Henry and his first wife, Sarah Shelton. After the placement of these stones the graveyard was re-consecrated as a burial site in the autumn of 1992. The maintenance of this historic graveyard is an on-going effort. Photo from King William County Historical Society. Also see PDF below. Aylett Cemetery Restoration
PDF Newsletter 1990 Cemetery Restoration includes AYLETT, WEST, DANDRIDGE, MACON, HENRY, SHELTON, SPOTSWOOD, MOORE, and others.
Links to Genealogy and Cemetery:
Genealogy Trails http://genealogytrails.com/vir/kingwilliam/cem_aylettfamily.html
Find A Grave https://www.findagrave.com/cemetery/2317402/memorial-search?page=1#sr-86800711
King William County Families https://archive.org/details/oldkingwilliamho00clar
Genealogical chart showing the descent from several lines and some interesting family connections of the Virginia families of Alexander, Anderson, Aylett, Bruce, Dandridge, Fontaine, Henry, Junkin, Moore, Poindexter, Spottswood, West, etc. https://archive.org/details/genealogicalchar00junk/page/n10/mode/2up
"Aylett Family Tradition" is an article from The William and Mary Quarterly, Volume 15.