|HISTORY OF THE CORNWALL CHEESE AND BUTTER BOARD|
|JOHN A. McDONELL|
| John A. McDonell|
OHN A. McDONELL is twenty-eight years of age and was born at Munroe's Mills, Glengarry County. He is located on his own 100-acre farm located East 1/2 Lot B, Cornwall Township, and has been a patron of the Farmers' Choice Cheese Factory for the past five years.
His herd of twelve cattle produce an average of 150 pounds of milk per day for the seven months' season. He owns also six fine horses, a number of swine and a large number of fowl.
His farm yields annually 300 bushels of grain, 30 tons of hay, 3 acres of corn, 75 bushels of potatoes and 10 barrels of assorted apples.
Mr. McDonell's father's name was A. E. McDonell and his mother's name Catherine McLennan. He is unmarried. Mr. McDonell is a Roman Catholic in religion and a Liberal in politics.
JOHN A. SAUVE
| John A. Sauve|
OHN A. SAUVE was born in Glengarry fifty-two years ago. He now owns and operates the 300-acre farm located Lot A and East 1/2 B, Second Concession, Cornwall Township.
He has a well-stocked farm of 29 cattle, 10 horses, 10 swine and a half hundred fowl. Mr. Sauve proposes going in for Holstein cattle raising in the near future.
Mr. Sauve's farm produces annually 700 bushels of grain, 80 tons of hay, 2 acres of corn and 300 bushels of potatoes. He has been farming for the last twenty years and for that length of time has been a patron of the Cornwall Cheese & Butter Board. He delivers to the factory, daily during the season, an average of 450 pounds of milk.
Mr. Sauve's father's name was Frank Sauve, and his mother's maiden name Catherine Tyo. His wife's maiden name was Jessie McPherson. He has three sons and five daughters. In religion he is a Roman Catholic and in politics a Liberal.
Mr. Sauve's father, seven years ago, died at the great age of one hundred years and eight months, and his mother died at the age of eighty-seven, five years ago.
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