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|Did you know that in the 1881 UK census there were 1527 people with the Budge surname? In that year Budge was ranked number 2145 for popularity in the UK.|
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"BUDGE. This surname, now somewhat rare, is recorded in Caithness and in Orkney. In a manuscript "Genealogie of the Lairds of Toftinggall," written about 1700, it is stated that "Whence they came or took their name is unknown for the most part, but by common tradition it is affirmed . . . that they are descended of the family of Macdonald, and that the first of this family that came to Caithness fled thither for slaughter, and changed his name from Macdonald to Budge . . . As the Budges had certainly settled in Caithness towards the end of the fifteenth century, their descent from the Macdonalds, and their connection with the county, through Donald Galloch, are not improbable (Henderson," Caithness family history, p. 181-182). Hugh Macdonald, the Sleat seanchaidh, in his History of the Macdonalds (HP., i, p. 20), menlions "the Butikes in Caithness, of whom is the Laird of Tolingail," that is, the Budges of Toftingall. The Rev. John Fraser says that in 1438 there were "continual jarres betuix the Benes (Bayns) and Budges and other nlan in Cathnes" (Wardlaw, p. 103). The notarial double of a charter granted by 'Henricus de Sancto Claro, Comes Orchadiae,' to Budge, of tenements in Wick is undated, but a charter granted by one of the two Henrys, earls of Orkney would carry the Budges back to between 1379, the date of creation of the first Henry St. Clair, as earl of Orkney, and 1420 when the second earl of the name died (Henderson, loc. cit.). The first authentic mention of the name, however, is in 1440 when two churchmen of the name appear in record. Magnus Buge appears in that year as canon of Ross, and in 1444 is mentioned as vicar of Tain (Pap. Lett., DC, p. 144, 149). The death of a brother of Magnus, Henry Buge, or de Buge, described as treasurer or Ross, took place at about the same time (ibid., p. 431, 439, 449). John Budge is recorded in Oxsetter, Shetland, 1615 (Shetland), and Isobel Buge was married in Edinburgh, 1662 (Edinb. Marr.). Budege 1583. Jenner's suggestion (Cornish grammar, p. 198) from Welsh Ap Hodge is unlikely. "(The surnames of Scotland. George Fraser Black, 1866-1948)
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|Don Budge||John Donald ("Don" or "Donnie") Budge (June 13, 1915 ? January 26, 2000) was an American tennis champion who was a World No.|
|E. A. Wallis Budge||Sir Ernest Alfred Thompson Wallis Budge (July 27, 1857 ? November 23, 1934) was an English Egyptologist, Orientalist, and philologist who worked for the British Museum and published numerous works on the ancient Near East.|
|Hamer H. Budge||Hamer Harold Budge (November 21, 1910 ? July 22, 2003) was a politician of the United States.|
|Grahame Budge||Grahame Morris Budge (born November 7, 1920 in Hamiota, Manitoba - died November 14, 1979 in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada) is a former Scotland rugby player.|
|Richard Budge||Richard John Budge (born 1947, Boston, Lincolnshire) is the CEO of.|
|Edward Budge||Edward Budge (1800?1865) was an English theologian, geologist, and general writer.|