|Full name||Clement Eustace Macro Wilson|
15 May 1875|
Bolsterstone, Stocksbridge, Yorkshire, England
|Died||8 February 1944
Calverhall, Shropshire, England
|Batting style||Right-handed batsman (RHB)|
|Bowling style||Slow left-arm orthodox, right-arm fast medium|
Wilson played first-class cricket for Cambridge University between 1895 and 1898, being university Blue captain in latter year, and for Yorkshire between 1896 and 1899. He also played two Test matches for England, when they toured South Africa in 1898–99.
Background and education
From 1910 to 1912 he was, for his first time, Vicar of Calverhall, Shropshire, then from 1912 to 1921 Rector of Eccleston, Cheshire where he was also estate chaplain and librarian to the Duke of Westminster at Eaton Hall, and from 1921 to 1925 Vicar of Sand Hutton, North Yorkshire.
He returned to Calverhall again as its Vicar in 1925, holding the living, with that of neighbouring Ightfield from 1928, until his death. He was later also Prebendary of Lichfield Cathedral, in whose diocese the parishes lie.
He died in February 1944, at the age of 68, in Calverhall.
Rockley Wilson, his brother, also played for Yorkshire and England.