Once a Grenadier

I know from personal experience the feeling of camaraderie, and mutual respect my father had for his fellow comrades.

It was self evident that he felt his time in the Grenadier Guards had not only given him the tools and discipline to survive in life, it had also given him a feeling of belonging that many in civilian life simply did not understand.

Our military services deserve to be honoured and appreciated for the freedom’s and liberty we enjoy, in our daily lives.

So much of what we have in life is the result of our brave men and women in the military, who dedicate their lives to protecting this nation.

It takes a great deal of courage and sacrifice to be a soldier and we list some who served in the Grenadier Guards both during and outside of conflict, who survived and were ‘Once Grenadiers‘. 

The following documents list past Grenadier’s alphabetically, by Surname:- ‘A’‘B’‘C’‘D’‘E’, ‘F’, ‘G’‘H’, ‘I’, ‘J’, ‘K’, ‘L’‘M’‘N’, ‘O’, ‘P’, ‘Q’, ‘R’‘S’, ‘T’,‘U’, ‘V’, ‘W’, ‘X’, ‘Y’, ‘Z’.