|HISTORY OF THE CORNWALL CHEESE AND BUTTER BOARD|
|D. A. McRAE|
|A. McRAE was born December 15, 1866. His parents were Archie McRae and Janet McDonald, and by his wife, whose maiden name was Naina Cameron, he has one son and one daughter. He is a Scotch Canadian, a Roman Catholic and a Liberal. |
He owns a large farm of 200 acres, situated Lot 12, Third Concession (Glen), Charlottenburg Township. The livestock on same consists of 55 cattle, 12 horses,
D. A. McRae and His Residence
10 swine and 40 fowl. During the average season the production is 1,500 bushels grain, 80 tons hay, 90 tons corn, 200 bushels potatoes, and vegetables for domestic purposes. There is a sugar bush on the farm of 700 trees.
Mr. McRae has followed farming during his entire life. He sends a daily average of 400 pounds milk to the Glendale Factory, and has been a patron of the Cheese Board since its organization. During the winter season Mr. McRae ships his milk to Montreal.
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