Hugh Wilson (Northern Ireland politician)
Born in Ballyclare, Wilson worked as a surgeon. At the Northern Ireland general election, 1969, he stood as an independent Unionist supporter of the Prime Minister Terence O'Neill, taking 48% of the vote but being narrowly defeated by William Craig.
Wilson was elected in the Northern Ireland Assembly election, 1973 in North Antrim, and held his seat on the Northern Ireland Constitutional Convention. He stood unsuccessfully for the Westminster seat of North Antrim in February 1974 and 1979. In the late 1970s, Wilson served as President of the Alliance Party.