|HISTORY OF THE CORNWALL CHEESE AND BUTTER BOARD|
| Albert Currier (deceased)|
and His Wife
LBERT CURRIER was sixty-seven years of age and the son of the late Paul Currier. His wife's maiden name was Harriet St. John, by whom he had eight sons and five daughters. He was Canadian of French descent, a Roman Catholic in religion and a Conservative in politics.
Mr. Currier owned and operated 100 acres of splendid farm land located West 1/2 Lot 8, First Concession Front, Charlottenburg Township, Glengarry County. He carried a stock of 33 head of cattle, 6 horses, 2 swine, and 40 fowl. His farm produced in one average year 500 bushels gram, 55 tons hay, 200 bushels potatoes, 6 acres corn, including vegetables and fruit for domestic purposes. He also owned quite an extensive sugar bush, being able to tap about 800 trees.
Our subject followed the occupation of farming throughout his lifetime. He had been a patron of the Cheese Board for twenty-one years. His daily delivery to the Royal Factory was 300 pounds of milk, on the average.
Home of the late Albert Currier
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