Edward Bertie Codwise (May 9, 1849 - February 11, 1927) was an American civil engineer active in New York in the late 19th and early 20th centuries. Codwise was born in Elizabeth, New Jersey and lived most of his life in Kingston, New York. He served Kingston as City Engineer from 1902 through 1909, and again in 1916. Between terms as City Engineer, he worked in the Catskill Preserve for the New York State Forest, Fish, and Game Commission. In retirement, he relocated to Morgantown, Wet Virginia, where he died.