|HISTORY OF THE CORNWALL CHEESE AND BUTTER BOARD|
|WILLIAM H. ROBERTSON|
| Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Robertson|
ILLIAM H. ROBERTSON is recognized as one of the most progressive and up-to-date farmers in Glengarry County. His farm of 140 acres is located, Lots 1 and 2, Seventh Concession, Indian Lands, Charlottenburg Township, Glengarry.
His splendid acres yield annually 1,000 bushels of grain, 125 tons of hay, 150 tons of corn, 60 bushels of potatoes, besides other produce. He has a herd of 35 shorthorn graded cattle, 21 swine and nearly 200 fowl. A fine sugar bush of 1,000 trees is located on the farm.
Mr. Robertson is a patron of the Burn Brae Cheese Factory and has been a member of the Cornwall Cheese Board since it was formed. He delivers to the factory daily an average of 500 pounds of milk during the season.
| Hugh and Lila Robertson,|
Son and Daughter of
Wm. H. Robertson
Mr. Robertson, who is fifty-eight years of age, has devoted himself to farming all his life. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Robertson. He married Janet McDermid and has one son and one daughter. His only son, who appears in the photograph, was in uniform and served his King and country during the World War.
Mr. Robertson is a Presbyterian in religion, a Conservative in politics and of Scotch extraction. He is regarded as one of the substantial farmers of the community.
The residence of Mr. Robertson, as shown on an adjoining page, is recognized as one of the finest and best appointed in all of Glengarry County. It is ideally situated, just outside Martintown village and is the pardonable pride of its owner. The barns of Mr. Robertson are in keeping with his splendid home.
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