|HISTORY OF THE CORNWALL CHEESE AND BUTTER BOARD|
|WILLIAM A. MURRAY|
| William A. Murray|
ILLIAM A. MURRAY is thirty-seven years of age and owns and personally operates the 100-acre farm located Lot 3, 5th Concession, Cornwall Township, Stormont County. Mr. Murray's father was Wm. Murray and his mother was Isabella Gould. He married Ethel A. Ross and is the father of two daughters. He is a Presbyterian in religion, a Liberal in politics, and a Scotch Canadian.
Mr. Murray's live stock equipment consists of 22 cattle (graded Holsteins), 5 horses, 30 swine and over 100 fowl. His farm annually produces 600 bushels of grain, 35 tons of hay, 6 acres of corn, and 200 bushels of potatoes. He taps 500 maple sugar trees.
Mr. Murray is a patron of the Island Factory and has been a member of the Cornwall Cheese & Butter Board for fourteen years. He delivers a daily average of 350 pounds of milk to the factory daily during the season, and produces 300 pounds of butter annually.
Mr. Murray is regarded as one of the progressive and substantial farmers of the community, and is held in high regard by his neighbours.
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