|Birth: ||Aug. 5, 1803|
|Death: ||Sep. 28, 1841|
He is the son of Warner Ellsworth Aylesworth and Susanna Batty.
DR. LABAN JONES AYLSWORTH — was born Aug. 5. 1803, and married Oct. 29, 1829, Mary Adaline Ford. of Kinderhook. N.Y. They went to the State of Michigan about 1836, and settled at Marshall, Calhoun Co., where he died Sept. 28, 1841. She died May 21, 1862, and was buried at Buffalo, N.Y. Laban J. Aylsworth was a man of excellent judgment, a successful medical practitioner, an honest man, a good citizen, and a deacon in the Presbyterian Church. He was beloved by all who knew him. His success in the treatment of the then prevailing malarious diseases cost him his life. He died in the harness. The older doctors were jealous of him, and when he was finally prostrated by the poisonous fever, the writer of this was just old enough to look over the dash-board and drive him around to make his visits. When no longer able to be about and before he became delirious he told his wife not to allow anyone to bleed him, but she was told by the old doctors that the only way to save his life was to draw blood from his head, which was done, and then the end. He was buried at Marshall, Mich. [H. D. A.]
Known Children are:
1: Henry Dwight Aylsworth, (B: 17 April 1830 in Adams, MA.,; D: in 1880.
2: Jane Louisa Aylsworth, (B: 19 March 1833 in Adams, MA.; Married Jacob Ford Pierson.
3: Juliett E. Aylsworth, (B: 1835; D: 1836)
4: Edward G. Aylsworth, (B: 1840; D: 1841)
Information provided by Mark Persons (#47050163)
Mary Adeline Ford Aylsworth (1812 - 1862)*
Jane Louisa Alysworth Pierson (1833 - 1908)*
Juliet E Alysworth (1835 - 1836)*
Edward G Aylsworth (1840 - 1841)*
Plot: Lot # 31, Old Grounds
Created by: Amy (Decker) Veenendall
Record added: Sep 21, 2011
Find A Grave Memorial# 76859033