|HISTORY OF THE CORNWALL CHEESE AND BUTTER BOARD|
|ROBERT G. SCOTT|
| R. G. Scott and Sons|
OBERT G. SCOTT, who is just fifty-two years of age, is the son of William Scott. His wife was Mary Jane McArthur, by whom he has a family of four — two sons and two daughters. He is a Scotch-Canadian, a Presbyterian and an Independent.
He owns and operates 143 acres of splendid farm land, situated Lots 33 and 34, Second Concession, Charlottenburg Township, North R. R. It is stocked with 26 head of cattle, 7 horses, 20 swine and about 75 fowl, and produces during an average season 800 bushels grain, 60 tons hay, 100 tons corn, 80 bushels potatoes, with fruit and vegetables for his own use.
Mr. Scott keeps a herd of graded Holstein cattle, also having some purebred Holsteins as well. He sends 325 pounds of milk, as a daily average, to the King's Road Cheese and Butter Factory, and has been a patron of the Cheese Board for a period of fifteen years. He has been a farmer throughout his entire life.
Mr. Scott has been an exhibitor and prize winner at the St. Lawrence Valley Fair on cattle, horses and vegetables. He has been president of the King's Road Factory for two years, and a director for many years. He was elder in St. Andrew's Church for eighteen years, and former superintendent of the Sunday school.
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