|HISTORY OF THE CORNWALL CHEESE AND BUTTER BOARD|
|HUGH JOHN LAFAVE|
|UGH JOHN LAFAVE, who is only thirty-four years of age, is the son of Francis Lafave. His wife was Rosanna Lapointe. He has one son and one daughter. He is a Canadian of French descent, a Roman Catholic and a Conservative. |
He owns a 200-acre farm, Lot 45, Second Concession, Charlottenburg Township, North R. R., which is stocked with 31 head of cattle, 6 horses, 19 swine, and 75 fowl.
Hugh John Lafave and His Home
The above property yields, during an average year, 1,200 bushels grain, 80 tons hay, 6 acres corn, 2 acres potatoes and vegetables for own use. There is also a sugar-bush of about 1,200 trees located on property.
Mr. Lafave's cattle are a fine herd of graded Holsteins, from which he sends daily 500 pounds of milk to the King's Road Cheese and Butter Factory. He has had a life's experience of farming, and has been a patron of the Cheese Board since its organization, twenty-one years ago.
|prev page 138 next page|