Count Casimir Henry of Wurmbrand-Stuppach (German: Graf Casimir Heinrich von Wurmbrand-Stuppach) was the son of Count John Eustace and the brother of Count John Joseph William. During the War of Austrian Succession, he was a cavalry general and served under Khevenhüller. In 1741, he was promoted to a tactical advisor. In 1745, he was the governor of Ath an der Dender in the Netherlands, and vigorously defended it. He died in 1749.