Grout ist der Familienname folgender Personen:

  • James Grout (* 1927), englischer Schauspieler
  • Jonathan Grout (1737–1807), US-amerikanischer Politiker
  • Josiah Grout (1841–1925), US-amerikanischer Politiker
  • Wally Grout (1927–1968), australischer Cricketspieler
  • William W. Grout (1836–1902), US-amerikanischer Politiker
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