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Barns of W. L. G. Snetsinger
Barns of W. L. G. Snetsinger
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DAVID S. KINNEAR
dAVID S. KINNEAR owns and operates the 100-acre farm located South 1/2 D., Third Concession, Cornwall Township. Mr. Kinnear is regarded as one of the successful and prosperous farmers of the community. He specializes in Ayreshire cattle breeding and honey manufacture, having 114 colonies of bees, which produce eight tons of honey annually. During the war he sent honey to the soldiers both in England and France. He has won prizes in both honey and Ayreshire cattle at the Cornwall Exhibition during the seasons of 1915-19-17-18. Mr. Kinnear has a well-stocked farm and raises large crops annually. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Kinnear. Mr. Kinnear married Martha B. McGee by whom he is the father of two sons. He is a Presbyterian in religion and a Conservative in politics.
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SAMUEL W. CAIN
sAMUEL W. CAIN is fifty-two years of age and is regarded as one of the substantial farmers of Grants Corners. He is a patron of the Cornwall Gems Cheese Factory where he delivers 300 pounds of milk daily to the factory during the season. He has a well-stocked farm which produces large crops of farm produce yearly. He has been a member of the Cheese Board for twenty-one years. Mr. Cain is the son of Mr. and Mrs. John Cain. His wife's maiden name was Annie Cooper and he is the father of two sons and two daughters. He is a Presbyterian in religion and a Liberal in politics.
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