|HISTORY OF THE CORNWALL CHEESE AND BUTTER BOARD|
|D. C. RICHARDSON|
|C. RICHARDSON was born in the Fourth Concession, Lancaster Township, Glengarry County, forty-nine years ago. He now owns and operates the 80-acre farm located Lot 14 East, Charlottenburg Township, Glengarry. He is a patron of the Farmers' Choice Cheese Factory, and has been a member of the Cornwall Cheese & Butter Board since it was organized twenty-one years ago. |
Mr. Richardson's farm is a very productive one, yielding annually 1,000 bushels of grain, 60 tons of hay, 500 bushels of vegetables, 150 bushels of potatoes and 5 acres of corn. He has a well-stocked farm consisting of 15 cattle, 7 horses, 15 swine and over 70 fowl.
D. C. Richardson and Home
Mr. Richardson draws an average of 400 pounds of milk to the factory daily, during the season. He produces 25 pounds of butter a week. He has been farming for over twenty-two years, has been a consistent and successful exhibitor and prize winner in horses, single and double drivers.
Mr. Richardson's father's name was George Richardson, and his mother's maiden name Julia Bilmore. His wife's maiden name was Mary Anne Lyman. He is the father of one son and two daughters. He is a Roman Catholic in religion and a Liberal in politics. The father and mother of Mr. Richardson are still alive and hale and hearty at the ages of eighty-five and seventy-one odd, respectively.
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