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Origin of the name TYRRELL.
Etymology of the name TYRRELL.
Meaning of the baby name TYRRELL.


TYRRELL.  Transferred use of the English surname meaning "Thor's power."  From Norman-French Turold (q.v.), or Anglo-Saxon Thurweald (q.v.), forms of Old Norse Thorvalldr. (The Romance of Names, Weekley, 1914).

    TYRRELL, Sir Thomas (1594-1672), judge, third son of Sir Edward Tyrrell of Thornton, Buckinghamshire, by his second wife, Margaret, third daughter of John Aston of Aston, Cheshire, relict of Timothy Egerton of Walgrave, Northamptonshire.  His great-grandfather, Humphrey Tyrrell, who acquired the manor of Thornton by marriage, belonged to the Essex family.  His eldest brother, Sir Timothy Tyrrell of Oakley, Buckinghamshire, master of the buckhounds to Charles I, died in 1633, leaving a son, Sir Timothy Tyrrell, who was governor of Cardiff under Lord Gerard in 1645 (Symonds, Diary, Camden Soc. p. 217)... Tyrrell died on 8 March 1671-2 at his seat, Castlethorpe, Hanslape, Buckinghamshire... (Dictionary of National Biography, Lee, v.57, 1899).


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