Stanley Vickers (31 October 1837 – 24 February 1872) was an English distiller and Conservative Party politician who sat in the House of Commons
Vickers was the son of John Vickers of Hill House, Streatham Common, and Southwark. He was educated at King's College School. and became a distiller and merchant. He was managing partner and half proprietor of J. and J. Vickers and Co. distillery. He was captain commanding the 5th Kent Artillery Volunteers and was a member of the committee in favour of the Reduction of the Duty on Fire Insurance.
At the 1868 general election Vickers was elected as the Member of Parliament (MP) for Wallingford. He held the seat until his death aged 34 in 1872.
Vickers married Mary Ianthe Dunbar, daughter of William Dunbar, merchant of Aberdeen and London.
There is an interesting article in the press about his brother Austen in a Breach of Promise case to which Stanley was called to give evidence