|HISTORY OF THE CORNWALL CHEESE AND BUTTER BOARD|
|ANGUS D. McDONALD|
|NGUS D. McDONALD, who has been farming all his life, was born twenty-seven years ago, and owns and operates the fine 140-acre farm located Lot 28, Seventh Concession, Cornwall Township. |
His farm is well stocked, there being a herd of 40 graded Holstein cattle, 4 horses, 40 swine and over 100 fowl.
Angus D. McDonald and Barns
The annual crop yield of this farm is 1,200 bushels of grain, 65 tons of hay and 125 tons of corn.
Mr. McDonald is a member of the Cornwall Cheese Board and a patron of the Black River Factory, as was his father, Donald A. McDonald (deceased). His mother's maiden name was Anna McDougall.
Mr. McDonald, who is unmarried, is a Catholic in religion, Independent in politics and a Scotch Canadian. He is regarded as one of the substantial younger farmers of the community.
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