Mrs. Malinda Walling, 86, of Herndon, died Thursday night at her home following a short illness. She was the widow of the late Albert E. Walling, a Fresno district rancher. Born in Illinois she had lived in California forty years and in the Fresno district for the past twenty-eight years.
Surviving Mrs. Walling are two sons, John C. Walling and Jesse N. Walling, both of Fowler, a brother, James Reynolds, of Illinois; a sister, Mrs. Wilbur Jarvis of Missouri; four granddaughters, Mrs. Ralph Millard, Mrs. J.P. Stanton and Miss Margaret Walling, all of Fresno, and Mrs. Paul Beck of Los Angeles; and three grandsons, Curtis Walling of San Diego, Nelson Walling of Fowler and Frank Tyrrell of Honolulu.
Funeral rites were conducted Saturday morning at 9 o’clock in the Stephens and Bean chapel in Fresno. Mrs. Harry Sarkisian was the soloist. Interment followed in Mount View Cemetery.
Source: Fowler Ensign, August 24, 1939.
Mrs. J.C. Walling gave a dinner party last Wednesday night in honor of her husband, J.C. Walling, and her son-in-law, J.P. Stanton, both of whom celebrated their birthdays. The George Washington motif was used in all the appointments, and stock, hyacinth and fresias [sic] in colors of red, white and blue, made an attractive centerpiece. The long white candles in silver holders were adorned with flags and the large birthday cake held red, white and blue candles.
Among those present with Mr. and Mrs. Walling and Mr. and Mrs. Stanton were Messrs. and Mesdames George Walling and Richard Stanton, Mrs. Harriet Baker and daughter Evelyn of Livingston, Mrs. Lulu Tyrrell and Miss Marjory Tyrrell, Miss Jessie Walling and Preston Willitson.
Source: Fresno Morning Republican, February 26, 1928.
Jump From Barn Door Proves Fatal To M.H. Tyrrell
MADERA, Feb. 23.—Morton H. Tyrrell, 45, well-known Madera county rancher, severely injured Monday evening when he struck on a pitchfork handle on springing down for a barn door, died at 9:30 o’clock this morning at a Madera hospital. The abdominal cavity was penetrated and an intestine perforated by the handle of the fork in the accident. Funeral arrangements for Mr. Tyrrell have not yet been completed.
Mr. Tyrrell, born in Ferndale, Humboldt county, California, had lived in Madera county for the past 17 years. Most of this time he spent in ranching. The accident occurred on the old Secara ranch, near Borden.
Surviving relatives are the widow Mrs. Lulu Tyrrell; one son, Frank Tyrrell, and one daughter, Margery Tyrrell, all of Madera; four brothers, Frank D. Tyrrell, of Los Angeles; Herbert Tyrrell, of Canada; Robert Tyrrell, of Modesto, and Elton Tyrrell, of San Francisco, and four sisters, Mrs. Edith Woodward, of Oregon; Mrs. Eva Hanen of Fortuna, Humboldt county, and Misses Elzaida and Bertha Tyrrell of Los Angeles.
Source: Fresno Morning Republican, February 26, 1926.
The Rice Journal, published at Beaumont, Texas, has a feature article with picture of W.C. Tyrrell of that place in its August issue. Mr. Tyrrell is very well known in Belmond and Wright county, having resided here many years ago and at one time holding a county office. The articles gives some interesting items regarding Mr. Tyrrell’s activities in Beaumont which will be on interest to Wright county readers. Capt. Tyrrell is the largest individual tax payer in Port Arthur, Texas, and the second largest in the county. When he first went to Beaumont, in 1898, he purchased a 3500 acre farm near Beaumont and became interested in Rice growing. He added to the farm, which now contains 5000 acres, and is this year interest in 5000 acres of rice. He is direction and a large stockholder in San Jacinto Rice Company, president and principal stockholder in the Tyrrell Rice Milling Company, and heavily interested in the Cow Bayou Canal Company which he reorganized under the name of the East Texas Canal Company. Mr. Tyrrell is a stockholder and director in four banks and is interested in two hotels, a hardware, investment, and property holding companies, besides various activities of other [unclear]. He is known in Beaumont as “The Grand Old Man of Beaumont.”
Source: The Clarion Clipper, September 11, 1919.
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, 2019.
Word has reached Clarion of the death of Mrs. W.C. Tyrrell, which occurred last Sunday. The end came suddenly, the result of heart failure. It is understood they were making an automobile trip to the Black Hills. Mrs. Tyrrell, in company with her husband and grandson, Tyrrell Garth, had gone to Sioux Falls, S.D., to visit Mr. Tyrrell’s brother. She was around eighty years of age and had driven from Beaumont, Texas, recently to visit her son, Will, at Belmond, and other relatives in the north. Burial will be made in Beaumont, Texas. Mr. and Mrs. Will Tyrrell have gone south to attend the funeral.
The Tyrrell family is one of the oldest and best known in Wright county, having lived in Clarion and at Belmond in an early day. Deceased was a woman of fine and sturdy character, beloved by her family and respected by all.
Source: Wright County Monitor, August 6, 1919.
Cap. Tyrrell of Beaumont, Texas, was calling on Clarion friends Saturady [sic]. Cap. still as a host of friends in this county among the old settlers, all of whom will be glad to know he has made a “barrel of money” in the oil business the past few years. In the early political history of the county Cap was a prominent and aggressive figure and when he entered the race his opponent well knew it was to be a fight to the finish. We have known of Mr. Tyrrell calling our father out of bed as early as 3 or 4 o’clock to discuss some political matters and by day light Cap was well into the township he was to canvass. He has used the same aggressiveness in business, as do his sons, Will and Harry Tyrrell.
Source: Wright County Monitor, July 16, 1919.
WASHINGTON, Nov. 15.—W.C. Tyrrell, Vinnie T. Rorick and Mrs. Esther L. Garth of Beaumont, today lost appeals to the Supreme Court for review of lower court decisions upholding federal income tax assessments totaling $119,323.
Source: Fort Worth Star-Telegram, November 16, 1937.
Morton Tyrrell, a former well known Ferndale boy, arrived in the Cream City Tuesday on a several days’ business and pleasure visit in this locality. Mr. Tyrrell is now located in Los Angeles, where he is engaged in the real estate business, and where he has been very successful in that line since his residence in the southern city. From Morton we learn that his parents, R.S. Tyrrell and wife, have been spending the winter in Los Angeles for the benefit of Mrs. Tyrrell’s health, which is reported quite good at present. About the first of the month however, they expect to return to their home in Fruitvale, near Oakland. Morton also informs us that his brother, Frank Tyrrell, is also located at Los Angeles, where he is engaged in the practice of law. Frank has succeeded in building up a lucrative law practice and is also prominently identified with the Lincoln-Roosevelt Club in that city. The gentleman is one of the most gifted and eloquent speakers on the coast, and his services are always in demand on all public occasions in the City of Angeles. Other ex-Ferndalers mentioned were John and Will Sage, sons of Mr. and Mrs. J.J. Sage, of the Island. John is conduction a commission house in Los Angeles and is reported to have made a decided success of his business. Will Sage makes his headquarters at Hanford, but as he is engaged in the real estate business his work takes him over the greater portion of southern California. Will is said to be a great success as a real estate dealer, and has promoted many large land sales in different parts of the state. Mr. Tyrrell expects to reach San Francisco about the first of May and while in the city will view the fleet festivities.
Source: Ferndale Enterprise, April 17, 1908.
Mrs. Vinnie T. Roderick [sic] Was Large Property Owner
Mrs. Vinnie T. Rorick, about 60, a daughter of the late Capt. W.C. Tyrrell and a large property owner here, died at 11:30 p.m. Thursday in Oceanside, Cal., according to advices sent here Friday to E.L. Vaughan, manager of the property.
Mrs. Rorick, who had been in failing health for the past several months, owned a considerable portion of the estate here left by Capt. Tyrrell. Included is property at Seventh and Austin, Fort Worth and Fifth, Shreveport and Proctor, and the Tyrrell building.
Among the survivors are her husband, David Rorick, an attorney; a brother, Will Tyrrell of Beaumont and a sister, Mrs. Dr. Garth of Beaumont.
Source: Port Arthur News, February 24, 1933.