Angus Holden, 3rd Baron Holden
Holden was the son of Ernest Illingworth Holden, 2nd Baron Holden, and his first wife Ethel (née Cookson), and succeeded to the barony on the death of his father in 1937.
He was a Speaker and Deputy Chairman in the House of Lords 1947 and served in the Labour administration of Clement Attlee as Under-Secretary of State for Commonwealth Relations from March to July 1950.
Lord Holden died in July 1951, aged 52. He never married; on his death the barony became extinct. He was succeeded in his baronetcy by his kinsman Sir Isaac Holden, 5th Baronet.
- "Lord Holden" [obituary], in The Times, Monday, Jul 09, 1951; pg. 8; Issue 52048; col E
- "Lord Holden: A Vivid Personality" (Letters from "A friend", and Mr. R. J. Minney), The Times, Thursday, Jul 12, 1951; pg. 8; Issue 52051; col G
- Leigh Rayment's Peerage Pages [self-published source][better source needed]