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Sydney Mark Friedlander

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Sydney Mark Friedlander (1887- ) and became Sydney Mark Capper

1911 Living at Clovelly, The Leas, Westcliff, Essex: Sydney Friedlander (age 23 born Aldgate), Motor Engineer. With his parents and siblings.[1]

1914 November. Changes name. 'I, SYDNEY MARK CAPPER, heretofore called and known by the name of Sydney Mark Friedlander, of 6, Cleve-road, West Hampstead, in the county of London, Mechanical Engineer, being a British born subject, hereby give public notice, that on the tenth day of November, 1914, I formally and absolutely renounced, relinquished and abandoned the use of my said surname of Friedlander....'[2]

1925 Married in Marylebone to Elizabeth Hart

Emigrated to Sydney, New South Wales, Australia

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