McFadyen Honeycomb Decapper

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McFadyen Honeycomb Decapper

John William McFadyen became a beekeeper in XXXX when he XXXX. He started with ... and grew his business over XX years to a peak of XX number of hives. His sons George, Eldon, and Ronald worked in the yards in the summers. He ran his own beehouse, extraction, sold wax, built a new beehouse on his property in Tiverton in 19XX. When this burned down in 19XX he restarted his operation in the old school house on Con & line ...

In the early days of his operation, his interest in mechanical

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