|HISTORY OF THE CORNWALL CHEESE AND BUTTER BOARD|
| Wm. Kennedy|
ILLIAM KENNEDY, aged fifty-five years, is the son of John Kennedy. His mother's maiden name was Margaret Watson. He has a family of five — two sons and three daughters. His wife's maiden name was Annabella McKillop. He is of Irish and Scotch descent, a Protestant in religion and a Unionist in politics.
His farm, located East 1/2 Lot 21, Third Concession, Charlottenburg Township, has a stock comprised of 16 cattle, 3 horses, 9 swine and 75 fowl. Its annual production during the average season is 500 bushels grain, 40 tons hay, 3 acres corn, 150 bushels potatoes. Mr. Kennedy also follows sugar-making and bee-keeping in conjunction with his regular farming occupation.
Our subject has spent his life on the farm, and has been a member of the Cheese Board for twenty-one years. He sends, as a daily average, 175 pounds milk to the Glengarry Creams' Factory.
Mr. Kennedy has been Cheese Salesman for the above factory for five years past, and also Secretary-Treasurer for three years. He has been Road Commissioner for Charlottenburg Township for twelve successive years, and Manager of St. Andrew's Church for thirty years.
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