After making the most of their small block it was clear that more and flatter land would be needed to handle the cows, pigs, chickens, horses and vegetable gardens.
The Cromwell's shifted down the hill a few kilometers to a larger acreage on the historical Sheaffes farm and started over again bringing back into production a 100 year old farm and grand old house.
In 1988 Gregory Cromwell followed his dream of "owning his own lake" and found a beautiful secluded property in the Far North of Ontario. A place his Great Grand Father Lester loved to visit for annual fishing trips back in the 1940's
Alison and Greg packed up from city life in Toronto in the summer of 2000 to live their dream of living off the land.
In 1858 John Gregory married Emiline Blackburn and moved took over a small farm on the 3rd Concession in Kent County
Eleanor Milton (nee Gregory) is the matriarch of our family farm and lives in the house her Great Grand Father built in 1910 with her husband Thory Milton.