Andrew Wilson (Australian politician)
|Member of the Queensland Legislative Council|
19 September 1883 – 29 August 1906
Andrew Heron Wilson
24 August 1844
|Died||29 August 1906 (aged 62)|
Maryborough, Queensland, Australia
|Resting place||Maryborough Cemetery|
|Spouse(s)||Jessie Adam (d. 1931)|
Wilson was son of Andrew Wilson and Grace (Heron) his wife, was born at Ayr, Scotland, and educated at the Ayr Academy. He emigrated to Queensland in 1864, and became a large saw-mill owner at Maryborough, Queensland. He was married at Cunning Park, Ayr, to Miss Jessie Adam.
Wilson was called to the Legislative Council in 1883 where he served until his death in 1906.
- Heron-Wilson, Andrew (1896), From Maryborough (Queensland) to and through New Zealand in 1891
- Heron-Wilson, Andrew (1899), From Queensland to England via China, Japan, Canada, and the United States in 1899, s.n
- Loyau, George E. (George Ettienne) (1897), The history of Maryborough and Wide Bay and Burnett districts from the year 1850 to 1895, Pole, Outridge & Co, pp. 12–19 (book), 28–34 (PDF), ISBN 978-1-921081-02-6