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Mary Wilson may refer to:
- Mary Wilson, Baroness Wilson of Rievaulx (1916–2018), British poet, wife of Harold Wilson
- Mary Louise Wilson (born 1931), American film, musical theatre, stage and television actress
- Mary Wilson (singer) (born 1944), American singer, original member of The Supremes
- Mary Wilson (album), a 1979 album by Mary Wilson
- Mary Wilson, host of Radio New Zealand's Checkpoint news programme
- Mary Ellen Wilson (1864–1956), child abuse victim whose case spurred on the founding of the New York Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children
- Mary Wilson (broadcaster), Irish broadcaster and journalist
- Mary Elizabeth Wilson (1893–1963), serial killer known as "the Merry widow of Windy Nook"
- Mary Evans Wilson (1866–1928), Boston civil rights activist
- Mary Ann Wilson (born 1936), nurse and TV exercise presenter
- Mary Wilson, character in Angels with Broken Wings
- Mary Wilson, widow of Ralph Wilson and leader of the trust that holds ownership of the Buffalo Bills
- Mary Pat Wilson (born 1963), Puerto Rican Olympic skier
- Mary Wilson (politician), Canadian politician
- Mary Florence Wilson (1884–1977), librarian for the League of Nations
- Mary Jane Wilson (1840–1916), founded the Catholic religious order, the Congregation of the Franciscan Sisters of Our Lady of Victories
- Mari Wilson (born 1954), English singer
- Meri Wilson (1949–2002), American singer
- Marie Wilson (disambiguation)
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