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Grenfell may refer to:
- Bernard Pyne Grenfell, an English egyptologist.
- Joyce Grenfell, an English actress, comedienne and singer-songwriter.
- A member of the Grenfell family descended from Pascoe Grenfell (1729-1810):
- Pascoe Grenfell (1761-1838), businessman and politician.
- Charles Grenfell (1790–1867), businessman and politician.
- Charles Grenfell (1823–1861), MP
- John Pascoe Grenfell (1800-1869), Admiral in the Brazilian Navy.
- George St. Leger Grenfell (1808-1868), soldier of fortune
- Henry Riversdale Grenfell (1824-1902), banker and politician.
- Francis Grenfell, 1st Baron Grenfell (1841-1925), soldier.
- George Grenfell (1849-1906), missionary and explorer.
- William Grenfell, 1st Baron Desborough (1855-1945), athlete, sportsman and public servant.
- Wilfred Grenfell (1865-1940), medical missionary.
- Edward Grenfell, 1st Baron St Just (1870-1941), politician and banker.
- Julian Grenfell (1888-1915), poet and son of Lord Desborough.
- Francis Octavius Grenfell (1880-1915), soldier and Victoria Cross winner.
- Cecil Grenfell (1864-1924), soldier and British Liberal politician.
- Grenfell, New South Wales, a town in the mid-west of New South Wales, Australia.
- Grenfell, Saskatchewan, a town in southeastern Saskatchewan, Canada.
- Grenfell (electoral district), a former electoral district in Saskatchewan, Canada.
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