|HISTORY OF THE CORNWALL CHEESE AND BUTTER BOARD|
|ILLIAM BROWN, of Dickinson's Landing, is recognized as one of the most progressive and substantial farmers in the Cornwall Cheese Board District. He was born on the farm which he with his brother, A. J. Brown, operate jointly, located Lot 6, 1st Concession, Osnabruck Township. |
His farm comprises 140 acres and produces annually 15 acres of grain, 80 tons of hay, 11 acres of corn and 100 bushels of potatoes. The livestock equipment consists of 28 head of cattle, 7 horses, 15 sheep, and over 100 fowl.
Residence of William Brown
Mr. Brown is fifty-five years of age, and has been farming for over thirty years. He has been salesman for the Sweet Briar Factory for many years. He has been for twenty-one years a patron of the Cornwall Cheese Board. He sends to the Sweet Briar Cheese Factory an average of 500 pounds of milk daily during the season. He also produces 400 pounds of butter annually.
Mr. Brown father's name was William Brown and his mother was Sarah Service. He is unmarried. Mr. Brown is a Presbyterian in religion and a Liberal in politics.
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