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 ====== J.M. Aylor House (BE 122) ====== ====== J.M. Aylor House (BE 122) ======
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 The J.M. Aylor House is a vernacular Gothic Revival residence of center-hall plan, built to one story. ​ At the main entrance is a stickwork porch; the eaves bear fleur-de-lis bargeboards. ​ Two historic outbuildings remain on the property: a frame gazebo and a caretaker’s house, which also features bargeboard trim.  The Aylor family, of German ancestry, came to northern Boone County from Virginia in the early 19th century. The J.M. Aylor House is a vernacular Gothic Revival residence of center-hall plan, built to one story. ​ At the main entrance is a stickwork porch; the eaves bear fleur-de-lis bargeboards. ​ Two historic outbuildings remain on the property: a frame gazebo and a caretaker’s house, which also features bargeboard trim.  The Aylor family, of German ancestry, came to northern Boone County from Virginia in the early 19th century.
  
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