Wilson, James, Dd
Wilson, James, D.D.
a bishop of the Church of Ireland, was a native of Dublin, and a student of Trinity College, from which he received his degree of A.M. in 1809. He occupied the post of examining chaplain to Dr. Whately, archbishop of Dublin, and was consecrated bishop of Cork in 1848. He died at Cork, Jan. 5, 1857, aged seventy-five years. His title at the time of his death was bishop of Cork, Cloyne, and Ross. See Amer. Quar. Church Rev. 1857, p. 149.