| Background: Holden is an English surname which was first taken from the same English place name. It is made up of the Old English elements 'hol' (deep, hollow) and 'denu' (valley). Mainly Lancashire, habitational name from places in Lancashire and West Yorkshire.
Variations: Holden, Holdin, Houlden, Houldin, Howlden, Holdren, Holdron, Holeden, Holdene, Holh, Denu.
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