William and Ida Tull were still living together in Columbus in 1920; Ancestry has them indexed as "Lull," but it's them. Don't know why the girl was in the Orphan's Home--maybe they were ill or she was deemed incorrigible. In 1930, William and Ida are living separately, both still in Columbus, and she has the daughter, now Florence Hood, with her. Suppose if they were divorced, he could still claim to be a widower, as he had a first wife who died before he married Ida. Her burial record is quite clear: died 15 Feb. 1936, buried on Feb. 19 at Garland Brook; daughter of George W. Mason and Sarah H. Hays, and spouse of William Tull.