|HISTORY OF THE CORNWALL CHEESE AND BUTTER BOARD|
|G. M. CASSELMAN|
|M. CASSELMAN was born in Williamsburg Township, October 24, 1889. His parents were Ruben Casselman and Lydia Hollister, and his wife's maiden name was Emma McIntosh, by whom he has a family of three — two sons and one daughter. He is a Canadian by birth, a Lutheran in religion and a Liberal in politics. |
His farm of 150 acres, situated Lot 15, Third Concession, Osnabruck Township, has a stock on it of 22 cattle, 4 horses, 17 swine and a number of fowl. The yield of the same, last year, was 1,500 bushels grain, 50 tons hay, 5 acres corn, 80 bushels potatoes, and about 1/4 acre of fruit.
Mr. Casselman has followed farming as an occupation throughout his life. He sends 300 pounds of milk daily to the Farmers' Joy Factory, and has been a patron of the Cheese Board for seven years past.
|ARL SHAVER was born in the Township of Osnabruck. He is the son of Allan Shaver, while his mother was Susan Hall. His wife's former name was Laura Duval. He has no family. In religion he is a Methodist; in politics a Conservative. |
His farm consists of 143 acres with a stock on it of 30 cattle, 4 horses, 20 swine and 100 fowl. Eight bushels grain, 75 tons hay, 6 acres corn, 100 bushels potatoes, 2 acres fruit, 1/2 acre vegetables is a good estimate of the average crop raised in one season. Mr. Shaver keeps pure-bred Ayrshire cattle, and sends 250 pounds of milk daily to the Lunenburg Factory. He has been farming for five years and is a patron of the Cheese Board.
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