Pascoe St Leger Grenfell (3 September 1761 – 23 January 1838) was a British businessman and politician.
He was born at Marazion, in Cornwall. His father and uncle were merchants in the tin and copper business. Grenfell studied at Truro Grammar School before joining his father's business in London. Later, he joined the business of Thomas Williams of Llanidan, a major brass and copper producer, becoming Williams's principal manager. He also served as governor of the Royal Exchange Assurance Company from 1829 to 1838.
On Williams's death, Grenfell was chosen as one of the members of parliament for the constituency of Great Marlow in Buckinghamshire. He continued to represent that constituency until 1820, when he became representative for Penryn, a position he maintained to 1826.
On 26 August 1786, Grenfell married his cousin, Charlotte Granville, the daughter of George Granville and Elizabeth Bryer. Of his daughters, Charlotte married the historian James Anthony Froude, Frances married Charles Kingsley, the novelist, while Mary married George Glyn, later 1st Baron Wolverton. His son Charles Pascoe married Lady Georgiana Molyneaux, daughter to the 2nd Earl of Sefton.
- Pascoe Grenfell at the Grenfell Family History Site
- Hansard 1803–2005: contributions in Parliament by Pascoe Grenfell
- Oxford Dictionary of National Biography article by Edmund Newell Grenfell family (per. c.1785–1879), Oct 2006  accessed 21 Nov 2006.
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Thomas Peers Williams
Sir Christopher Hawkins, Bt
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Robert Stanton 1824–1826
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