Lieutenant-General Sir Henry Frederick Bouverie GCB GCMG (1783–1853) was a British Army officer. He was Governor of Malta from 1836 to 1843.
He was the son of Edward Bouverie MP, of Delapré Abbey in Northamptonshire, and his wife, Harriet, the only daughter and sole heiress of Sir Everard Fawkener; and nephew of the 1st Earl of Radnor. Bouverie was educated at Eton College and commissioned a Cornet in the 2nd Dragoon Guards in 1799, transferring to the Coldstream Guards as an Ensign a few months later. He spent the rest of his regimental career in the Coldstreams.
For his services during the Peninsular War, he received the Army Gold Cross, with one clasp, for the battles of Salamanca, Vitoria, San Sebastian, the Nive, and Orthez.