George J. HatfieldRepublican
George Juan Hatfield
Born: October 29, 1887 in Waterloo, Canada
Married: Judith Barlow Hogan (m. 1917)
Children: Mrs. Janine Snyder, Mrs. Mary Elizabeth Gracier, and Mrs. Georgette Judith Kelley
Military Service: ARMY (WWI), USN
Died (in office): November 15, 1953
1922-1950?: Member, Republican State Central Committee
1923-1927: Member, California Veterans Welfare Board
1925-1933: U.S. Attorney, Northern District of California
1938: Primary Candidate for Governor (Lost)
- PLACENAME: The bridge along Route 165 at the San Joaquin River in Merced County, is named the "George J. Hatfield Bridge".
- PLACENAME: The George J. Hatfield State Recreation Area (located near Turlock) was created in 1953. According to the California State Parks Foundation, the George Hatfield SRA had revenue of $10,641 in FY 2006-07, making it the sixth least profitable of California's 278 parks.
Source: California Blue Book (1946), (1954)