John Neale Dalton

The personal details and relationships of John Neale Dalton


Personal Details

DBID Gender Title


 190   Male  Sir
First Name Middle Name Last Name





DOB Place of Birth DOD Place of Death
 24/09/1839 Kent  
Father's last name if different Mother's / Own maiden name
 Rev J N Daldon, Rector of Milton Keynes  



 1839-1931. MA, KCVO 1911, CMG 1882, CVO 1901.Philanthropist. Canon and Steward of St George's Chapel Windsor (Castle) 1884, Deputy-Clerk of the Closet and Domestic Chaplin to the King. Eduacated: Blackheath Proprietary School, Clare College Cambridge (1st Class Theological Honours 1864). Curate of St Edward's Cambridge. Tutor to Prince Albert Victor and Prince George of Wales (later King George V) 1871-1879 he was appointed as tutor to Queen Victoria's grandsons by the Queen herself, Governor 1879-1882. Select Preached at Cambridge 1878. Chaplain-in-Ordinary and Deputy Clerk of the Closet to Queen Victoria and King Edward VII. Honorary Chaplain to the Duke of York 1891, and to the Prince of Wales in 1901. Published: Sermons to Navel Cadets 1879, Cruise of HMS Bacchante 1886 (Of which he was RN Chaplain 1879-1882), Ordinale Exon 3 volumes 1908 & 1926, The Collegiate Church of Ottery St Mary 1917, The Book of Common Prayer Proposals and Suggestions 1920. Address in 1929 The Cloisters Windsor (Castle). One of his proteges was the poet Patrick MacGill whom he employed as his secretary and who he lodged in the Cloisters at Windsor. He had socialist tendencies but these were more forthcoming in his son Hugh (Daddy) Dalton. 

Personal Relationships

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Hugh(Daddy)(Edward) John Neale Dalton


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