|HISTORY OF THE CORNWALL CHEESE AND BUTTER BOARD|
|ROBERT J. BROWN|
| Robert J. Brown |
OBERT JAMES BROWN was born on his farm, West 1/2 Lot 3, Fourth Concession, Cornwall Township, August 3rd, 1877. His parents were James Brown and Margaret Clark, and by his wife, Anna M. Russell, he has two sons and one daughter. He is a Presbyterian and a Unionist.
His farm of 100 acres is well stocked with 31 head of cattle from which he sends 350 pounds daily to the Mays Fancy Factory. He has some purebred Oxford Downs sheep and about 50 thoroughbred fowl, 20 swine and 3 horses. His farm production is 700 bushels grain, 40 tons hay, 10 acres corn, 500 bushels potatoes and 200 bushels vegetables. His life work has been farming. He is also an exhibitor and prize winner on live stock and produce at the Cornwall Fair. He has a sugar bush from which he makes about 70 gallons syrup during the season.
CHARLES V. CAMERON
|HARLES V. CAMERON was born on his farm, located Lots 5 and 6, Third Concession, Cornwall Township, October 6th, 1895. His parents were Frank Cameron (deceased) and Mary E. McDougall. He is unmarried, a Roman Catholic in religion and a Conservative in politics. |
His farm of 100 acres is stocked with 20 cattle, 4 horses, 10 swine, and 50 fowl, yields yearly 500 bushels grain, 40 tons hay, 100 bushels potatoes. His daily delivery of milk to the Mays Fancy Factory is 175 pounds. His bees produce him about 40 pounds of honey.
He has spent his life in the pursuit of farming.
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