Richard F. Weymouth (1822-1902) was an English Baptist linguist and New Testament scholar. He was educated at University College, London, taught in Surrey, and later founded a school for boys in Plymouth. In 1869 he was appointed headmaster of a school for boys at Mill Hill, London, where he taught until 1886. He retired to devote himself to biblical study and textual criticism of the Greek New Testament. His final work, 'The New Testament in Modern English', was first published a year after his death, in 1903.