Dear Clara, thank you for the information! I had received some of the information from census records, but the draft registration card with its attached information was new. Thank you very much. I found that Alonzo Rule died in Mason County but have yet been unable to locate an obituary or information on how to obtain a copy of his death record. It appears that Alonzo stayed in that area for most of his life (except for his stint at the cannery in Alaska), and I believe that the double record in the 1910 census was because he got counted at his step-parents home and also in the logging camp. That's just my guess. Anyway, thanks so much for the information. If you have any suggestions on how I may be able to locate an obituary and/or death record I would really appreciate it. Thanks again. John Batzer
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