|HISTORY OF THE CORNWALL CHEESE AND BUTTER BOARD|
|GEORGE D. McDONALD|
|EORGE D. McDONALD has been a member of the Cornwall Cheese & Butter Board since it was organized, twenty-one years ago. He is a patron of the Black River Factory, where he delivers a daily average of 700 pounds of milk throughout the season. He manufactures 800 pounds of butter annually. |
Mr. McDonald, who owns a productive 250-acre farm located Lots 26 and 27, Seventh Concession, Cornwall Township, is generally recognized as one of the
George D. McDonald and His Home
most progressive and substantial farmers in that district. His farm yields annually 1,800 bushels grain, 100 tons hay, 150 tons corn, 100 bushels potatoes, besides 100 gallons of maple syrup. He is a breeder of pure-bred Holstein cattle and has a herd of 50 of these himself. He also owns 5 horses, 20 sheep, 30 swine and a large number of fowl. Mr. McDonald's father's name was Donald D. McDonald, and his mother's maiden name, Elizabeth McDonald. He married Anna Grace McDonald, and is the father of two sons and three daughters. In religion he is a Catholic, an Independent in politics, and of Scotch descent.
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