Basil Montague Dale DD (1903–1932) was the Anglican Bishop of Jamaica from 1950 until 1955.
He was educated at Dean Close School and Queens' College, Cambridge  and ordained in 1927. His first post was as Curate of St Andrew’s, Catford after which he was Priest in charge of All Saints, Putney. Later he held incumbencies at Handsworth and Paignton. An Honorary Chaplain to the King he was Rural Dean of Hertford before elevation to the Episcopate. On return from Jamaica he was Rector of Haslemere and an Assistant Bishop of Guildford.