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Edward Wheewall Holden

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Sir Edward Wheewall Holden (1885-1947) was an Australian industrialist who took his family carriage and saddlery business, Holden and Frost, into a partnership with General Motors to create Australia's first automobile manufacturer Holden (Australia)

1885 August 14th. Born the son of Henry James Holden

1947 June 17th. Died.

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