Frank Howard Wilson

From: "Prominent People of the Province of Quebec in Professinal, Social & Business Life 1923-1924"
published by The Biographical Society of Canada, Limited,  Montreal, 1923

WILSON, Frank Howard, --- President, J.C. Wilson, Ltd., Paper and Bag Manufacturers, 61 St. Alexander Street, Montreal. Born Montreal, June 14, 1873, son of James Crockett Wilson and Jeanie Kilgour. Educated: Boys' High School.  

Married Eliza Graham Stewart, daughter of William Stewart, Montreal, Dec. 1, 1904; has one son and two daughters. Office boy with company then known as J.C. Wilson & Co., 1888.  In 1902, when the business was incorporated, was elected President and General Manager. 

Governor, McGill University; Montreal General Hospital; Children's Memorial; Protestant Hospital for the Insane; Montreal Art Association. President, Montreal Arena Company

Clubs: Mount Royal ClubMontreal HuntRoyal Montreal Golf ClubKanawaki Golf ClubMount St. Bruno Golf ClubMontreal Club; Canadian Club; Forest and Stream Club.  
Recreations:  Fishing and golf.  Conservative, Presbyterian.
Residence: 26 MacGregor Street, Montreal

From: "Who's Who in Canada 1922" 
Same info as above with these additions:
Vice President Merchants Bank of Canada;  Vice President, Bankers Trust Company
Summer Residence: Lac Brule, Ste. Agathe des Monts, Quebec

*Researching F.H. WILSON - Patty Brown (great-granddaughter)

See Also: His son F. Howard Wilson
Note: His daughter Jean Kilgour Wilson married Meredith Brown, son of David Robertson Brown

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