The son of the Royalist Virginia clergyman and philologist Jonathan Boucher, Barton Bouchier studied law before electing a career in the ministry. He attended Balliol College Oxford (B.A. 1822, M.A. 1827) and held curacies at Old, Northamptonshire and Cheam, Surrey; later in life he was rector of Fonthill Bishop in Wiltshire. He published a number of devotional tracts.
Poems on various occasions. 1815.
The dream of youth, a poem. 1818.
The church of Christ. A sermon. 1822.
Thomas Bradley; or the sacrament of the Lord's Supper explained. 1845.
The idiot boy, a village tale, founded on fact. 1846.
Eveling Lodge. A narrative founded on fact. 1847.
The Crystal Palace, a letter. 1853.
Manna in the house: or, daily expositions of the Gospel of St. John. 1853.
The Ark in the house, or a series of family prayers. 1854.
The poor man's palace and the poor man's day. 1854.
The Christian minister's stewardship. 1856.
My parish, or the country parson's visits to the poor. 1856.
Prophecy and its fulfillment. 1856.
Solace in sickness and sorrow, or, a collection of hymns for the afflicted. 1856.
The history of Isaac. 1864.