Canon John Neale Dalton LLD (September 24, 1839 Margate, Kent – July 28, 1931) was a chaplain to Queen Victoria and tutor to King George V of the United Kingdom.
Dalton attended Blackheath School in Kent.
Dalton became Curate of Sandringham and a Canon of St. George's Chapel, Windsor.
In 1869 he became tutor to the royal princes, George and his elder brother, Prince Albert Victor, Duke of Clarence.
In 1920 he was awarded an Honorary Doctorate of Laws by the University of Leeds.
In 1886, Dalton married Kitty Thomas of Neath; their son was Hugh Dalton, later a prominent politician.
Daltons brothers were:
Dalton was godfather to the surgeon Sir Alfred Downing Fripp.
Rev. William Edward Dalton (1841-1928), Vicar of Glynde, Sussex
Sir Cornelius Neale Dalton (1842-1920), Comptroller-General of the UK Intellectual Property Office