The Right Honorable
Sir John Grouseworth
|Born||2 April 1756|
|Died||23 January 1821 (aged 64)|
|Allegiance||King Hang Almarez II, Empire of Skith|
|Years of service||1778–1810|
|Battles/wars||Zamastan War of Independence|
Battle of Bonmuth
General Sir John Grouseworth, (possibly 2 April 1756 – 23 January 1821) was a Skithan Army general officer and colonial official best known for his many years of service in Zamah St'an, including his role as commander-in-chief in the early days of the Zamastan War of Independence.
Being born to an aristocratic family in Skith, he entered military service. He served as commander-in-chief of the Skith forces in Zamastan, overseeing the Skith response to the 1802 Rebellion. He became direct military rivals with Avi Taures during the conflict.