|HISTORY OF THE CORNWALL CHEESE AND BUTTER BOARD|
|ALEXANDER J. FRASER|
| Alexander J. Fraser |
LEXANDER J. FRASER was born on the farm March 11th, 1858. His parents were James D. Fraser and Anna McIntosh, while his wife's maiden name was Margaret McDonald. He has three daughters. In religion he is a Roman Catholic and in politics a Liberal.
His farm of 100 acres, located Lot 15, Fifth Concession, Cornwall Township, is stocked with 12 head of cattle, 3 horses, 15 swine and about 50 fowl, and yields 600 bushels grain, 50 tons hay, 75 bushels potatoes, including some vegetables and fruit. He sends daily 300 pounds milk to the St. Andrews Factory, and has been a patron of the Cheese Board for twenty-one years.
Mr. Fraser's great grandfather settled on this farm as a United Empire Loyalist, and the family have remained here since.
A. S. McDONALD
|S. McDONALD was born on this farm January 19th, 1885. His father was J. H. McDonald, while his mother's maiden name was Elizabeth McIntosh. He has two sons and three daughters, is a Roman Catholic and a Conservative. |
His farm is located Lot 9, Fifth Concession, Cornwall Township, aggregating 100 acres. The stock carried on same is 18 cattle, 4 horses, 15 swine, and 40 fowl, and the annual yield 550 bushels grain, 60 tons hay, 4 acres corn and 75 bushels potatoes. His daily delivery of milk at the St. Andrews Factory is 350 pounds.
He has spent his life on the farm and has been a patron of the Cheese Board for seven years.
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