Reginald Floyser Saunders (1831-12 November 1894) was a barrister.
The second son of Charles Alexander Saunders, secretary of the Great Western Railway, he joined the Bengal Civil Service in 1851. In 1862 he returned to England, becoming a law student at Lincoln's Inn in the following year. He was called to the bar in 1865.
In October 1887 he was co-opted to the London School Board to fill a casual vacancy in the representation of the Lambeth West Division. He failed to hold the seat when the next school board elections were held in November 1888.
He died suddenly in the parish rooms of St Columb's Church, Notting Hill, aged 63.