Found her on the 1900 Germantown, Columbia, New York census (dist 13 img 9) age 13.
Found her on the 1905 Germantown, Columbia, New York state census (E.D.01 img 4) as Margaret E. Fingar
Found her on the 1910 Germantown, Columbia, New York census (dist 12 img 9) age 23, living with her parents.
The marriage of miss Margaret Fingar, oldest daughter of Mr and Mrs Peter Fingar, to Royden Snyder of North Germantown, took place on Wednesday at Blowenburg, N. J., the Rev. Claudius J. Fingar, an uncle of the bride, officiating.
Upon their return from a wedding tour a reception was held at the home of the bride's parents. A number of invited guests were present. The newly married couple are now occupying a handsome cottage at Pittsfield, Mass., where Mr Snyder has a position in the electrical department of a large business concern. - The Columbia Republican October 17, 1911 page 5
Found her on the 1930 Bridgeport, Fairfield, Connecticut census (dist 58 img 15) age 43.
Mrs. Margaret E. Snyder
, a resident of Germantown for the past 16 years, died early last Thursday morning at Columbia Memorial Hospital, after a long Illness.
Mrs. Snyder was the widow of Roy D. Snyder
. Before moving to Germantown where she made her home with a sister, Mrs. Aletha Sipperly
, she lived in Bridgeport, Conn, for 35 years.
She was born in Rhinebeck on June 12, 1886, daughter of Peter Fingar
and Mary Lasher Fingar
Mrs. Snyder was a member of the Germantown Methodist Church and of its W.S.C.S. and a member of Portia Chapter, Order of the Eastern Star, of Tivoli.
Surviving, besides her sister, are two brothers, Elmer Fingar
of Chappaque, and Willis Fingar
of Germantown; and several nieces and nephews.
The funeral service was held at Yadack Funeral Home, Germantown on Saturday at 2 p.m. Rev. George Hunsberger was officiated.
Interment was in the family plot in Valley View Cemetery, Germantown. - The Rhinebeck Gazette
January 17, 1963