|HISTORY OF THE CORNWALL CHEESE AND BUTTER BOARD|
|O. C. PITT|
| O. C. Pitt and Wife|
C. PITT was born on the farm West 1/2 Lot 17 and East 1/2 Lot 18, Osnabruck Township, February 2nd, 1859. His parents were C. Pitt (deceased) and S. A. Campbell. His wife's maiden name was Edna A. Stubbs. Mr. Pitt is a born Canadian, a Presbyterian and a Unionist.
His farm of 75 acres has a stock of 19 cattle, 4 horses, 10 swine, and 100 fowl. It produces, for the average season, 800 bushels grain, 50 tons hay, 4 acres corn, 1 1/2 acres vegetables, 1/2 acre fruit and about 50 bushels potatoes.
Mr. Pitt has spent his entire life at farming, and has been a member of the Cheese Board since its organization. He sends 200 pounds of milk daily to the Osnabruck Factory.
Mr. Pitt's grandfather settled on the above farm, a United Empire Loyalist, and the family have lived here ever since.
Home of O. C. Pitt
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