Bela Scovil Squire (June 10, 1810 - August 14, 1882) was a New York jeweler and map publisher active in the early to mid-19th century. Squire was one of some 21 children born farmer to Bela S. Squire Sr. in Pleasant valley, Connecticut. Bella first appears in the map world as the first partner of Humphrey Phelps (1799 - 1875), publishing several maps between 1835 and 1836. After 1837 he became involved with his brother Horatio Squire's jewelry business at 182 Bowery.