|HISTORY OF THE CORNWALL CHEESE AND BUTTER BOARD|
| Robert Mullin|
OBERT MULLIN was born on his farm, Lot 18, Third Concession, Cornwall Township, February 22nd, 1865. His parents were Alexander Mullin and Catherine McKay, and by his wife, Carry A. Cline, he has two sons. He is a Presbyterian and a Unionist.
His 100-acre farm has a stock of 15 cattle, 3 horses, 12 swine and 60 fowl. The annual production is 400 bushels grain, 25 tons hay, 100 bushels potatoes, 5 acres corn and some fruit. Mr. Mullin's daily delivery of milk to the White Rose Factory is 200 pounds. There is a sugar bush on the farm from which about 50 gallons syrup is made during a season.
Mr. Mullin has been farming for fifty-two years, and has been a patron of the Cheese Board for twenty-one years.
ALEXANDER G. THOMPSON
| Alexander G. Thompson|
White Rose Cheese Factory
LEXANDER GIBSON THOMPSON was born at Lachine, P.Q., August 4th, 1888. He is the son of Geo. H. Thompson and Bella McKie. He married Ida Fickes and has one son. In religion he is a Presbyterian and in politics a Unionist.
Mr. Thompson is proprietor of the White Rose Cheese Factory and is generally recognized as one of the most efficient cheese manufacturers in this district. He is salesman on the Cornwall Cheese Board for the White Rose Factory.
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