Found him on the 1900 Stanford, Dutchess, New York census (dist 41 img 31) as Frederick J. Finger
age 7. He and his widowed father, John
are boarders in the household of Robert D. Smith
age 42, farm laborer.
Found him on the 1920 Pine Plains, Dutchess, New York census (dist 31 img 18) as Fred Fingar
age 26, farm laborer stock farm.
Found him on the 1930 Pine Plains, Dutchess, New York census (dist 38 img 11) as Frederick J. Fingar
age 37, laborer feed and grain store.
Sunday, Oct. 3rd Mr. and Mrs. Fred Fingar were honored at a reception held at the First United Presbyterian church. Open House was held from two to four p.m., when friends and relatives came to extend congratulations on their 50th wedding anniversary. The Rev. Paul Orison spoke on behalf of the members of the congregation, of which they have been members for many years, Mr. Fingar having served close to forty years as Deacon. Mr. and Mrs. Fingar were married in Poughkeepsie Sept 30, 1915, by the Rev. Franklin Elmore, of the Baptist church. Mrs. Fingar was Edna Shook of Pine Plains, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Leander Shook Mr. Fingar a son of Mr. and Mrs. John Fingar and was born in Jackson Corners. They have resided in Pine Plains 50 years, Mr. Fingar coming here from Stanfordville where he had resided for about 15 years prevlously.
Mr. Fingar is an employee of Samuel Deuel, Inc., where he has been for forty-two and a half years. The Register Herald October 7, 1965
Frederick J. Fingar, 93, of Pine Plains died Dec. 13 at his home.
Mr. Fingar of Farview Avenue had been a lifelong resident of Pine Plains. He was a 50 year old member and past deacon of the First United Presbyterian Church, Church Street, Pine Plains. Mr. Fingar had been a 60-year member of the Pine Plains Hose Company.
He was born Nov. 21, 1892 in Jackson Corners, the son of John N. and Julia Ann Bathrick Fingar. He was married Sept. 30, 1915 in Poughkeepsie to Edna B. Shook, who died in March 1982.
Mr. Fingar is survived by several nieces and nephews. Memorial donations may be made to the Pine Plains Hose Company Building fund or to the Memorial Fund of the First United Presbyterian Church, Pine Plains, N.Y. 12567. Arrangements were under the direction of the Peck & Peck Funeral Home, Main Street, Pine Plains. The Register Herald December 19, 1985 page 9