|HISTORY OF THE CORNWALL CHEESE AND BUTTER BOARD|
|PETER A. NOLAN|
| Peter A. Nolan|
ETER A. NOLAN was born in the state of New York, forty-four years ago, and owns and operates the splendid 100-acre farm located West 1/2 D, Second Concession, Cornwall Township. He is a patron of the Farmers' Choice Cheese Factory, Tyotown.
He has a splendidly stocked farm, including a herd of 22 cattle, 5 horses, 10 swine and over 50 fowl. Mr. Nolan's farm annually yields 20 acres of grain, 25 acres of hay, 7 acres of corn, 100 bushels of potatoes and 30 barrels of apples.
Mr. Nolan has been farming for upwards of twenty-five years, has been a patron of the Cornwall Cheese Board for twenty-one years and is now and has been for some years salesman for the Tyotown Cheese Factory. He delivers daily to the factory, during the season, 600 pounds of milk. He has been a regular exhibitor and prize winner in cheese and apples at the Cornwall Fair.
Mr. Nolan is one of the most popular and prominent farmers in the County of Stormont and Glengarry, having served in the County Council as Reeve, Deputy Reeve and Councillor of Cornwall Township. He is at present Reeve of Cornwall Township, being elected by a large majority last January. He has been a director of the Cornwall Agricultural Society for some years.
Mr. Nolan's father's name was John Nolan and his mother's maiden name Mary Brennan. He married Catherine McDonald and has five sons and four daughters. In religion he is a Roman Catholic and since taking up his residence in Canada has become a naturalized Canadian.
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