Holder baronets

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The Holder Baronetcy, of Pitmaston in Moseley in the County of Worcester, is a title in the Baronetage of the United Kingdom. It was created on 10 March 1898 for John Holder.

Holder baronets, of Pitmaston (1898)[edit]

  • Sir John Charles Holder, 1st Baronet (1838–1923) Birmingham brewing magnate, married Geraldine Knipe. The stained glass window in the Great Hall of Birmingham University was donated by Sir John Holder. It has 53 lights, contains six shields of the Midlands, the University shield, the arms of the city of Birmingham, the Calthorpe arms, Sir John Holder’s arms and the Chamberlain crest.[1]
  • Sir Henry Charles Holder, 2nd Baronet (1874–1945)
  • Sir John Eric Duncan Holder, 3rd Baronet (1899–1986)
  • Sir (John) Henry Holder, 4th Baronet (born 1928)

The heir apparent to the baronetcy is Nigel John Charles Holder (born 1962), eldest son of the 4th Baronet.

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