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Henry James Holden

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Henry James Holden (1859-1926), commonly known as "H.J. Holden" was an Australian businessman, a partner in Holden and Frost, which became the automobile manufacturer Holden.

1859 July 18th. Born the son of James Alexander Holden

1885 Birth of son Edward Wheewall Holden

1926 March 06th. Died.

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