|HISTORY OF THE CORNWALL CHEESE AND BUTTER BOARD|
|D. N. McLENNAN|
|N. McLENNAN was born January 12, 1862. He is the son of Donald F. McLennan, and is a Scotch-Canadian. In religion he is a Protestant and in politics a Unionist. |
He has an extensive farm of 250 acres, located Lots 11 and 12, Third Concession (Gore), Charlottenburg Township, Glengarry. The annual production of the same is 800 bushels grain, 130 tons hay, 80 tons corn, 210 bushels potatoes and 3 acres vegetables (mangles and turnips). About 300 maple trees comprise his sugar bush.
D. N. McLennan and His Residence
He has followed the occupation of farming throughout his life. He sends 600 pounds of milk daily to the Summerstown Station Factory, and has been a patron of the Cheese Board since it was organized, 21 years ago.
Mr. McLennan is an exhibitor and prize winner on horses, swine and cattle at the Cornwall and Williamstown Fairs. He also won first prizes on horses and cattle at the Montreal Exhibition several years ago. He sold beef to Angus McGillis, drover, last Christmas, which was pronounced the best on the Montreal market by the Wm. Davies Company.
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