|HISTORY OF THE CORNWALL CHEESE AND BUTTER BOARD|
|PATRICK V. FARRELL|
|ATRICK V. FARRELL, who owns and personally operates the splendid 200-acre farm located Part Lots 15 and 16, Seventh Concession, Cornwall Township, is forty-seven years of age and is the son of Dennis J. Farrell and Ellen Lorden, both deceased. He married Mary Margaret Maloney, and is the father of four sons and three daughters. In religion he is a Catholic, in politics an Independent, and of Irish descent.|
Patrick V. Farrell and His Home
Mr. Farrell, who has been farming and lumbering all his life, has been a member of the Cornwall Cheese Board since its formation, and is a patron of the Black River Cheese Factory, where he delivers a daily average of 700 pounds of milk during the season. He manufactures 600 pounds of butter annually.
Nine hundred bushels of grain, 125 tons of hay and 200 bushels of potatoes is the fine annual harvest yield of his farm, besides 75 gallons of syrup.
Mr. Farrell owns a pure-bred herd of forty-three Holstein cattle, 7 horses, 23 swine and over a hundred fowl. He is regarded as one of the successful farmers of the community.
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