Word was received by relatives here last Saturday that Mrs. W.C. Tyrrell, Sr., had died very suddenly at Mobridge, South Dakota, where she was visiting relatives. No details were given regarding the cause of her death, and at this writing it has not been possible to ascertain the cause. Mrs. Tyrrell, whose home was in Beaumont, Texas, had been visiting her children here, and went from here to Dakota. She had not been well since her arrival in Iowa, but it was not thought her condition was serious. She was the wife of “Cap” Tyrrell, and was one of the early settlers of the vicinity, being known the county over. Funeral arrangements had not been made at this writing.
Source: Clarion Clipper, August 7, 1919.