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of [[McKenzie, Clunes and Holland]], Vulcan Ironworks
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c.1832 Born in Birmingham<ref>BMD</ref>
c.1832 Born in Birmingham<ref>BMD</ref>

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of McKenzie, Clunes and Holland and McKenzie and Holland, Vulcan Ironworks

c.1832 Born in Birmingham[1]

1881 Walter Holland 49, Railway Signal Engineer, Magistrate & Contractor Employing 480 Hands, Mary Holland 47, Walter Holland 24, civil engineer, Captain in voluntary artilley, William J. Holland 19[2]

c.1888 Died in Worcester[3]

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