Daniel Martin Wilson
|Recorder of Belfast|
|Solicitor-General for Ireland|
|Preceded by||Denis Henry|
|Succeeded by||Thomas Watters Brown|
|Member of Parliament|
|Preceded by||William MacCaw|
|Succeeded by||Thomas Browne Wallace|
|Died||5 January 1932 (aged 69–70)|
Belfast, Northern Ireland
|Resting place||Dundonald Cemetery, Belfast, Northern Ireland|
|Political party||Ulster Unionist Party|
|Irish Unionist Alliance|
|Alma mater||Trinity College Dublin|
|Years of service||1914–1916|
|Unit||Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers|
Daniel Martin Wilson,(1862 – 5 January 1932) was an Irish politician and judge.
He was born in Limerick, the son of Rev. David Wilson, and was educated at the Royal Belfast Academical Institution and at Trinity College Dublin. He was married in Belfast in 1894 to Eleanor Black, herself the daughter of a Presbyterian minister.
He was appointed a Bencher of King's Inns in 1911. He served as a 2nd lieutenant with the Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers from 1914, was promoted to captain in 1915, and resigned from ill health in 1916.
He was Unionist Member of Parliament for West Down from December 1918 to 1921 and served in government as Solicitor General for Ireland from 1919 to 1921. He stood down on appointment as Recorder of Belfast and as Land Judge of the Supreme Court of Northern Ireland in 1921.