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Sydney George Cummings

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Sydney George Cummings (1876-1934)

1876 June 25th. Born at 29 Church Street Old Kent Road, Peckham Surrey, the son of Edward Cummings

ca.1901 Birth of daughter Ivy Cummings

1911 A Visitor in Nottingham: Sydney George Cummings (age 34 born London), Automobile Agent - Employer. With his wife Edith Cummings (age 33 born Long Lawson, Leics.) Married ten years with no children. In the house of John Bradley Rowle.[1]

1913 March. He introduced the S. C. A. R. car to this country but has now given up the agency and will now be the sole agency for the English made Sirron car.[2]

1918 Writes from Bridlington

1934 December 14th. Died.

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