Clifford B. Wilson
Wilson worked as a lawyer like his father. He was Coroner (Head of Forensic Medicine ) of Fairfield County and in the Common Council of Bridgeport. From 1911 he was mayor of Bridgeport and held that post until 1921. From 1915 to 1921 he also served as Lieutenant Governor of Connecticut. 1935 Wilson was erected by his party for the last time as a candidate for the Bridge Porter mayor. However, he was defeated, the incumbent, the Socialists Jasper McLevy.
Clifford B. Wilson was a member of the Masons, the Odd Fellows and similar associations. He died on New Year's Day 1943 of a heart attack.