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William Aylett
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Birth: Mar., 1807
Death: Feb. 11, 1829

A localized typhoid epidemic occurred at the University of Virginia in the winter of 1829. William's brother, Patrick died at the University on Jan.28,1829- about 20 students in all became ill. Soon the other students were sent home. William Aylett also a student at the University was sent home- he died two weeks later at Montville, the cause of his death is not known. The college reopened on April 1. 
Family links: 
  Philip Aylett (1767 - 1835)
  Elizabeth Henry Aylett (1769 - 1842)
  Philip Aylett (1787 - 1848)*
  Elizabeth Henry Aylett (1789 - 1818)*
  William Aylett (1807 - 1829)
  Patrick Henry Aylett (1809 - 1829)*
  Sarah Shelton Aylett Fontaine (1811 - 1876)*
*Calculated relationship
Son of Philip Aylett who died at Montville (family home of the Ayletts)on 14th February, 1829
aged 22 years and 1 month
Aylett Graves at Fairfield Plantation
King William County
Virginia, USA
Created by: SheWalksTheseHills
Record added: Aug 06, 2009
Find A Grave Memorial# 40343581
William Aylett
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William Aylett
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- Sammy Boyd, Genealogist
 Added: Jan. 7, 2017
My heart goes out to my distant relative! I had several typhoid shots while in the military and the first time I collapsed in the dining hall. That was just a shot so I can only imagine your suffering. You may be gone but certainly not forgotten!
- Momma Sles
 Added: Jun. 26, 2015

- Evette Dingle-Smith
 Added: Aug. 14, 2014
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