|HISTORY OF THE CORNWALL CHEESE AND BUTTER BOARD|
|JOHN W. McCULLOCH|
|OHN WM. McCULLOCH was born May 31, 1880. His parents were John McCulloch and Mary Grant, and his wife's maiden name was Catherine E. Calder, by whom he has one son and two daughters. He is a Scotch Canadian, a Presbyterian and a Unionist. |
His farm is an extensive one of 280 acres, situated East 1/2 Lot 13, Lot 18, East 1/4 19, Second Concession (Gore), Charlottenburg Township, Glengarry. It is well stocked with 60 cattle, 8 horses, 6 swine and 75 fowl, and yields, during an average season, 700 bushels grain, 50 tons hay, 120 tons corn, 200 bushels potatoes, and fruit and vegetables for own use.
John W. McCulloch and Farm Buildings
Mr. McCulloch has experienced twelve years of farm life, and has been a patron of the Cheese Board for the same period of time. His daily delivery of milk to the Summerstown Station Factory is 700 pounds. During the winter season he ships his milk to Montreal.
He is an exhibitor and prize winner on horses at the Cornwall and Williamstown Fairs.
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