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Edwin B. Holden (1861—1906)

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Henry Holden (1596—1661) Roman Catholic priest

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Hubert Ashton Holden (1822—1896) classical scholar and headmaster

James Holden (b. 1979)

John Holden Greene (1777—1850)

Joseph Holden Pott (1758—1847) Church of England clergyman

Lawrence Holden (1710—1778) Presbyterian minister and author

Luther Holden (1815—1905) surgeon and anatomist

Molly Holden (1927—1981)

Moses Holden (1777—1864) astronomer

Ron Holden (1939—1997)

Ronald R. Holden

Samuel Holden (1675—1740) merchant

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Sarah Holden

Sir David Charles Beresford Holden (1915—1998) civil servant

Sir Edward Hopkinson Holden (1848—1919) banker

Sir Isaac Holden (1807—1897) inventor of a wool-combing machine, entrepreneur, and politician


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Australia's first mass-produced motor car, took its name from an Adelaide saddlery, coach-building, and later auto-body building firm, founded by Henry James Holden in 1883. The American giant General Motors ...

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