Thomas Dale (priest)
Dale was a curate at St Michael, Cornhill, until 1826 when he began a long association with St Bride, Fleet Street. He was also evening lecturer at St Sepulchre-without-Newgate before being appointed the incumbent of St Matthew's Denmark Hill.  He became a prebendary of St Paul’s Cathedral and an honorary canon. In 1846 he became vicar of St Pancras' Church and was also the Golden Lecturer at St Margaret Lothbury. While at St Pancras', William Brown Galloway was his curate. Dale is credited with founding St Mark's Church in St Mark's Square. His last position before becoming the dean in Rochester was at St Therfield Therfield. He died in 1870.
- The widow of the city of Naïn: and other poems, 1819
- The Tragedies of Sophocles (translator), 1824
- An introductory lecture upon the study of theology and of the Greek testament delivered at the opening of the Theological Institution, Saturday, Nov. 21st, 1829
- The poetical works of the Rev. Thomas Dale, M.A., 1836
- "The Late Dean Of Rochester", The Times 17 May 1870, p. 6.
- "Dale, Thomas (DL817T)". A Cambridge Alumni Database. University of Cambridge.
- "The Dean Of Rochester", obituary in The Times, 5 February 1870, p. 5.
- Lost churches of Southwark Diocese
- St Marks, Regent's Park, stmarksregentspark.org.uk, accessed 19 April 2013
- "The New Dean Of Rochester", The Times, 11 February 1870, p. 3.
- Births, Deaths, Marriages and Obituaries, The Morning Post (London, England), 19 May 1870; p. 8.
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