Henry Morris Naglee (January 15, 1815 – March 5, 1886) was a civil engineer, banker, vintner, and a Union General in the American Civil War. Naglee was born in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, and graduated from the United States Military Academy in 1835.
Naglee came to California in 1846 during the Mexican-American War as a captain in the 1st New York Infantry regiment. In 1849, Captain Naglee became the first commanding officer of the 1st California Guards, a militia unit in San Francisco, the beginning of what would become the California National Guard. He also entered into a career in banking.
In 1858 Naglee left San Francisco to study viticulture in Europe. Later that year, he bought 140 acres just east of downtown San Jose, California, where he built an estate and planted vineyards of Riesling and Charbono grapes, from which he distilled brandy.