Henry Montagu Villiers
|Bishop of Durham|
|In office||1860–1861 (died)|
|Other post(s)||Bishop of Carlisle (1856–1860)|
|Born||4 January 1813|
|Died||9 August 1861 (aged 48)|
Auckland Castle, County Durham, UK
|Buried||Auckland Castle chapel|
|Residence||Auckland Castle (as Bishop of Durham)|
|Spouse||Amelia Maria Hulton|
|Alma mater||Christ Church, Oxford|
Henry Montagu Villiers (4 January 1813 – 9 August 1861) was a British clergyman of the Church of England from the Villiers family.
He was educated at Christ Church, Oxford, graduating M.A. in 1837, and became vicar of Kenilworth in that year rector of St. George's Church, Bloomsbury in 1841, and a canon of St Paul's Cathedral from 1847 to 1856. He was a Doctor of Divinity and Bishop of Carlisle in 1856, and Bishop of Durham from 1860 to 1861.
He was the son of George Villiers and Theresa Parker, and grandson of the 1st Earl of Clarendon. He received a Royal Warrant of Precedence in 1839 entitling him to the rank of an earl's son.
On 30 January 1837, he married Amelia Maria Hulton, daughter of William Hulton. They had at least 4 sons and 4 daughters: