This gets complicated...and may need more clarification.
My line extends down through Christopher Robinson Taliaferro (1742-1780)-son of William (1707)and Ann Walker) and brother of Walker and Lucy Taliaferro) and Sallie Anderson, Elizabeth Pollard.Sallie and ChristopherRobinson Taliaferro had several children including John Taliaferro or "Jack" (1764-1846) who married a girl (Nancy Brooke whose parents were Aylettes. From this union, Christopher William, born 1790- who married Eliza Parson in 1816.They were parents of my great, great, grandfather, William Christopher Taliaferro,( Prince William County) 1817-1879 who married twice,(1) Lucy Taliaferro, (Cousin) and Mary An McGhee.
One of his sons, by Lucywas my great grandfather, Daniel Aylette Taliaferro (1846-1917) who lived all of his life and died in Richmond, Virginia. He served in the Confederacyas a private in Capt. Sturdivant's Co., Virginia Light Artillery as well was captured the day of Richmond's evacuation.
I have seen Aylette with the spelling of Ellett. The city of Aylette is north of Richmond in Prince William County) where Philip Aylett of Fairfield resided. IN this case, Aylett was a family name pass down to the generations of my family.
I appreciate your response and hope this clarifies. If not, I would be willing to go through it for you more carefully.I am very eager to establish family ties.