|HISTORY OF THE CORNWALL CHEESE AND BUTTER BOARD|
|HUGH ARTHUR CRAIG|
|UGH ARTHUR CRAIG, who is forty-three years of age, is the son of the late Charles Wesley Craig. He has one son. His wife was Agnes Eva Palmer. He is a Canadian of Scotch descent, a Protestant and a Unionist. |
His farm, consisting of 100 acres of splendid land, is situated East 1/2 Lot 10, First Concession Front, Charlottenburg Township, Glengarry County. It has a stock of 35 cattle, 4 horses, 12 swine and 80 fowl, and produces, annually, 700 bushels grain, 40 tons hay, 150 bushels potatoes, 35 barrels apples, also 5 acres corn and 1 1/2 acres vegetables. There is also a large sugar bush of over 1,200 maple trees.
H. A. Craig
His Home and Farm Buildings
Mr. Craig has been farming all his life. His daily average of milk, which he delivers to the Royal Factory, is 400 pounds. He has been a patron of the Cheese Board since its formation. He is also salesman on the Board for the Royal Factory.
Our subject has been a member of the Township Council for several years, and is a Director of the Williamstown Fair. He is member of the Managing Board of the Salem Presbyterian Church, and a representative elder for a past number of years.
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