EDGAR CAMPBELL BUDGE*
 1882-1943

From "The Storied Province of Quebec Past and Present"
Ed. Col. William Wood, Dominion Publishing Company, Limited, Toronto 1931


Edgar Campbell Budge, of Montreal, manufacturer, was born in this city, October 8, 1882, a son of Daniel Andrew Budge and Annie Robertson, and acquired his education here, graduating from high school and then entering business. 
 
He began as a clerk in the employ of Sherwin-Williams Company, where he remained from 1898 to 1908. He then became sales manager and assistant to the general manager, then secretary-treasurer, sales manager and director of the Alaska Bedding Company Limited, during the period between 1908 and 1913. He then purchased the Wilson Carbon Paper Manufacturing Company Ltd., and changed the name to the Budge Carbon Paper Manufacturing Company Ltd. The enterprise was established in 1906 and manufactures carbon paper, typewriter ribbons, wax stencils and similar products. The head offices are at No. 751 St. Antoine Street, Montreal. 

 
Mr. Budge is a director of the Canadian Ayrshire Cattle Breeders' Association, is independant in politics, a Presbyterian in religion and devotes his recreational periods to farming and hunting. His principal clubs are the Engineers Club, Montreal Hunt and Senneville Country Club. 

He maintains the family residence at Thorncroft Farm, Ste. Genevieve, Quebec. Edgar Campbell Budge married May 20, 1906, Annie Lachute Wilson, daughter of J.C. Wilson, and they are parents of one son.

*Researching Edgar Campbell Budge............Patty Brown (g-g-neice)

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