|HISTORY OF THE CORNWALL CHEESE AND BUTTER BOARD|
|JOHN A. ANDERSON|
|OHN A. ANDERSON was born in Osnabruck Township forty-four years ago. His father was John Anderson and his mother was Mary Margaret Manning. His wife's maiden name was Tilda Speer. He has no family. He is a Presbyterian and a Liberal. |
Mr. Anderson has 185 acres of land, located near Dickinson's Landing. He has an excellent stock equipment of 48 cattle, 9 horses, 22 swine and 125 fowl. His crop, each year, consists about as follows: 45 acres grain, 40 acres hay, 24 acres corn, 2 acres potatoes and 1 acre vegetables. He ships his cream to Montreal.
Mr. Anderson's father was the first Cheese Salesman on the Cornwall Board for this section, and remained so until his death, in 1912. Mrs. J. A. Anderson has been Secretary-Treasurer for the Sweet Briar Factory for the past ten years.
DR. W. A. FEADER
|R. W. A. FEADER was born at Iroquois, and is forty-six years of age. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Feader. By his wife, whose maiden name was Florence Davidson, he has two sons and one daughter. He is a Presbyterian in religion, and in politics an Independent. His farm of 85 acres is located part Lot 8, First Concession, Osnabruck Township, and carries a stock of 15 cattle, 10 horses, 9 swine and about 70 fowl. The annual production is 30 acres grain, 50 tons hay, 4 acres corn, with about 75 bushels potatoes and 100 barrels apples. Dr. Feader sends his milk, which amounts to 200 pounds daily, to the Sweet Briar Factory. He has experienced eight years of farm life, and has been a patron of the Cheese Board for the same period. Dr. Feader enjoys a large practice in his profession.|
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