|HISTORY OF THE CORNWALL CHEESE AND BUTTER BOARD|
|ALEX. A. GADBOIS|
|LEX. A. GADBOIS is proprietor of the 75-acre Hillview Farm, located Lot 15, Second Concession, Indian Lands, Charlottenburg Township, Glengarry County. |
Mr. Gadbois has been a patron of the Farmers' Choice Cheese Factory for eighteen years, and he delivers to this factory daily, during the season, an average of 300 pounds of milk. He produces 200 pounds of butter annually.
Alex. A. Gadbois and His Home
Mr. Gadbois has a well-stocked farm of 30 cattle, 5 horses, 12 swine and over 50 fowl. His farm yields annually 500 bushels of grain, 60 tons of hay, 5 acres of corn, 150 bushels of potatoes and a large quantity of apples.
Mr. Gadbois, who is recognized as one of the progressive farmers of this district, is forty-five years of age and the son of the late Alex. Gadbois, of Glen Walter. His mother's maiden name was Mary Deruchie. He married Mary Fitzpatrick, by whom he is the father of four sons and three daughters. In religion, Mr. Gadbois is a Catholic, and in politics a Liberal. His nationality is French Canadian.
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