- Born 1879 Russia
- Died 8 June 1957
Born in Russia in 1879 the son of Hyman and Rose Caminesky. His father, a Jewish rabbi, is assumed to have emigrated to England as a result of religious persecution. Peter Caminesky changed his surname to Cummings at some time after 1912, possibly on the outbreak of the First World War. He became a naturalised British subject in 1928.
Articled to George Eley Halliday of Llandaff. Assistant to Openshaw & Gill of Bury, F C Lynde of Manchester, Herman Crook of Bolton, Herbert Ogden of Manchester, and Henry Stanton Webber, Attended Cardiff and Manchester Technical and Art Schools Passed qualifying examination in 1909 and elected Associate of the RIBA on 29 November 1909, proposed by Isaac Taylor. G H Willoughby and P Ogden.
1914 51 King Street Manchester
1929 51 King Street Manchester (Manchester City News 31-08-29)
1929 27 King Street, Manchester, Manchester Guardian 11 October 1929 p 13)
1935 King Street West (Kinematograph Weekly(
1936 27 King Street West
1936 31 King Street West
1909 24 Brunswick Street, Chorlton-on-Medlock (Slater MSA listing)
1911 24 Brunswick Street, Chorlton-on-Medlock (Slater MSA listing)
1914 Peter Cummings 53, Plymouth Grove, Chorlton on Medlock, Manchester
1928 Peter Cummings 53, Plymouth Grove, Chorlton on Medlock, Manchester
1945 Peter Cummings FRIBA FMSA. Flat 3 Appleby Lodge, Wilmslow Road, Rusholme