Rear Admiral Charles Henry Poor (June 11, 1808 - December 5, 1882) was a U.S. Navy officer of the mid-19th century.
Born in Cambridge, Massachusetts, in 1808, Poor entered the Navy in 1825 and served nearly 30 years at sea. During the Civil War, he commanded the Brooklyn, Roanoke, St. Louis, and Saranac. He was promoted to rear admiral in 1868 and commanded the North Atlantic Squadron. Poor retired in 1870 from that post.
His daughter Elizabeth Lindsey Poor married rear admiral Theodore Frelinghuysen Jewell on June 15, 1871. Poor died in Washington, D.C., in 1882.