Rosalie Gardiner Jones (February 24, 1883 - February 1978) was an Oyster Bay socialite and suffragist known as "General Jones". She took part in the 1913 Suffrage Hike.
Jones was born in 1883 to Mary and Oliver Livingston Jones. She graduated from Adelphi College, then a women's school in Brooklyn, and later graduated from Brooklyn Law School. Jones married Washington Senator Clarence Dill, who sought a divorce from her in 1936; Dill claimed that Jones told his friends that he was "a political coward" for not seeking re-election in 1934, and that she buried dogs and garbage in the backyard.