Your correspondent has read the 'Twenty-five Years Ago' item of June 8, 1886, in your issue of June 8, 1911, in reference to Clarence Fingar
, son of James C. Fingar
, both deceased, who was seriously injured June 4, 1886 by falling from a wind mill on his father's premises, causing a concussion of the spine with paralysis. Your correspondent recalls several incidents in connection with that case. This young man was attended at the time by Drs. A. W. Brash and W. B. Plainer, and Frank Lichtenhan acted as nurse, and attendant in the case. - The Hudson Evening Register
June 14, 1911 page 5.
See him on the 1870 Clermont, Columbia, NY Census
as Clarence Fingar
, age 2
Found him on the 1880 Germantown, Columbia, New York census (img 17), as Clarence Fingar, age 11.