|HISTORY OF THE CORNWALL CHEESE AND BUTTER BOARD|
|M. E. KYER|
|E. KYER was born in the Township of Cornwall, August 30, 1891. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Kyer. He married Minnie Laplante, by whom he had one son. He is a Presbyterian and a Liberal. |
He occupies I acre, being part of Lot 7, Third Concession, Cornwall Township. He keeps 3 horses, 2 swine and about 30 fowl, and grows some fruit and vegetables. He is a cheesemaker by trade and has operated the Mays Fancy Cheese Factory for two years.
FRED W. McLEOD
| Fred W. McLeod |
RED W. McLEOD was born on his farm November 15, 1885. His parents were James McLeod and Mary Sullivan. His wife was Margaret M. Cameron, by whom he had three sons. He is a Presbyterian and a Unionist.
His farm, consisting of 100 acres, is located West 1/2 Lot 4, Fourth Concession, Cornwall Township. Mr. McLeod keeps a stock of 20 cattle and sends his milk to the Mays Fancy Cheese Factory. He produces, each year, 800 bushels grain, 50 tons hay, 150 bushels potatoes, also growing 8 acres corn, some fruit and vegetables. There is a stone quarry on the farm and a sugar bush from which Mr. McLeod makes about 40 gallons syrup annually.
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