|HISTORY OF THE CORNWALL CHEESE AND BUTTER BOARD|
| Ranald McLachlan|
ANALD McLACHLAN was born on the farm March 20, 1865. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth McLachlan. He is a Canadian of Scotch descent, a Roman Catholic and a Conservative.
He owns 100 acres of good farm land situated East 1/2 Lot 6, First Concession Front, Charlottenburg Township, and has a stock of 22 cattle, 2 horses, 2 swine and about 50 fowl. The annual products of his farm are 400 bushels grain, 50 tons hay, 100 bushels potatoes, 25 barrels apples, with 2 acres corn and vegetables for his own use.
Mr. McLachlan has spent forty-one years of farm life, and for nineteen years has been a patron of the Cheese Board. He delivers an average quantity of milk daily of 300 pounds to the Royal Factory.
WILLIAM R. CAMPBELL
| William R Campbell|
ILLIAM R. CAMPBELL is thirty-six years old and operates the fine 130-acre farm located East 1/2-C, First Concession, Cornwall Township. He has been a patron of the Glen Walter Cheese Factory for three years and draws 300 pounds of milk to the factory daily during the season. Mr. Campbell has a well-stocked farm consisting of 15 cattle, 9 horses, 7 swine and 75 fowl. His farm annually produces 250 bushels of grain and 40 tons of hay besides 7 acres of assorted vegetables. There is an apple orchard of 800 trees. He has been farming for twenty years. His father's name was James R. Campbell and his mother's maiden name Mary Birk. In religion he is an Anglican, in politics a Conservative and of Scotch extraction.
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