Surname: Cawlfield

Biographical Sketch of George W. Cawlfield

This worthy gentleman is to be numbered with the younger men of Harney county who have attained a good success in the stock business here and who bid fair to gain much better in the future, judging by their faithful and wisely bestowed labors of the past. George W. was born in Johnson county, Kansas, on October 21, 1870, being the son of David A. and Abigil (Evans) Cawlfield. The father was a native of Tennessee, and went across the plains to California in an early day and then returned via Panama, after which for some time he acted as

Oard, Erma Lee Cawlfield Mrs. – Obituary

Erma Lee Oard, 83, of Baker City, died Sept. 25, 2009, at Meadowbrook Place. A private family celebration of her life will be scheduled later at the Burns Cemetery in Burns. Mrs. Oard was born on Dec. 1, 1925, at Burns to Harold and Ethel Hankins Cawlfield. She received her education in one-room schools and graduated at Burns. She grew up on several ranches in Harney and Grant counties. After graduating she worked at the Fort Lewis Army Base in Washington as a civilian during World War II. She married Albert Oard on Dec. 9, 1943, at Burns. They made