Henry de Berniere (17?? - 1800) was an ensign and spy in the British Army’s 14th Regiment. Under the command of British General Gage, Captain William Brown and Berniere would disguise themselves as farmers or workers in civilian clothes and venture into the countryside and towns to spy on American battle preparations. Berniere, an artist, would sketch details of the area, and Brown was the logistics expert. They were responsible for helping British troops attack Concord in April 1775.