|HISTORY OF THE CORNWALL CHEESE AND BUTTER BOARD|
|D. L. McLENNAN|
|L. McLENNAN was born on his farm located West 1/2 Lot 2, Third Concession, Cornwall Township, April 7th, 1861. His parents were Alex. D. McLennan and Isabel Murray, and his wife's maiden name Annabel Grant, by whom he had one son and five daughters. In religion he is a Presbyterian and in politics a Unionist. |
His farm consists of 130 acres with a large stock of 35 cattle, 8 horses, 15 swine, and 100 fowl. Mr. McLennan's cattle are a splendid herd of pure-bred
D. L. McLennan and His Residence
Ayrshires, from which he sends 400 pounds of milk daily to the Mays Fancy Cheese Factory. He is also a prize winner at the Cornwall Fair.
Mr. McLennan's farm produces yearly 800 bushels grain, 50 tons hay, 125 bushels potatoes. He has also 20 hives of bees, which make about 2,500 pounds of honey.
Our subject has spent his life at farming and has been a patron of the Cheese Board for twenty-one years.
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