Unfortunately, illegally printed and pirated copies of The Rebirth of Pan, with more "Fayette" data, are to be found for sale online; some few may be legal used copies. My writings on the topic have continued with examples for the last 40 years or so (see especially Mysterious America).
The word "fay" + "ette" = "fairy" + "little" = little little people.
Lafayette can also be translated from the French as "the little enchantment," as well as "the little fairy." Joan of Arc at the age of 8 danced around a "fay tree," a "fairy tree," some saying she saw fairies (which links to the French surname from Occitan, "the little beech tree"). Others tell that she heard voices, had visions, and was "enchanted."
This extended harmonic game appears to have many Lafayette and Masonic meditations - and at the Twilight Language blog, I have taken this journey with you for years. The following postings will assist you to read about some examples I've cited down through the years.