- [S106] United States; Bureau of the Census, U.S. Census (Washington D.C.: National Archives and Records Administration), 1920 U.S. census, population schedule.
NARA microfilm T625, roll 522, Image 187, page 1A. Kansas, Allen County, Iola City, Ward 1, Supervisor’s District 2, Enumeration District 9, census sheet 1A, enumerated on 2 January 1920; Scott F. Tarbell household, 848 North Jefferson, dwelling 13, family 13, lines 36-40. Access through Ancestry.com in June 2014.
In the household was: 36) Tarbell, Scott F.; head; male; white; age 32; born in Pennsylvania; father born in Pennsylvania; mother born in Illinois.
By calculation from the information provided, Scott would have been born about 1887-1888. For more details of this enumeration, see the notes on the 1920 U.S. census for this person.
- [S211] Article or notice, "W. W. Tarbell, Aged 80, Dies In Connecticut".
Titusville Herald (Titusville, Pennsylvania); Friday, 14 March 1941; page 2, column 5. Accessed in June 2014 at Newspaperarchive.com (http://newspaperarchive.com/us/pennsylvania/titusville/titusville-herald/1941/03-14/page-2).
A few years after graduating in 1881 from Allegheny College, at Meadville, William Walter Tarbell and William Bayliss "took up land offered by the Federal Government in what is now South Dakota. Messrs. Tarbell and Bayliss developed several thousand acres of wheat land which they later sold for a considerable profit." While in the Dakotas, William Walter Tarbell and Ella Scott were married. William was survived in 1941 by his wife, one son, "Franklin S. Tarbell (Roswell, New Mexico)," and two daughters, "Mrs. James Aldrich (Brookline, Massachusetts)" and "Mrs. Tristam Tupper (Hollywood, California)."