Mr. and Mrs. Harry Fingar
, Mr. and Mrs. H.P. Near
and Milton Kilmer
visited at L. R. Fingar
's New Years. - Pine Plains Register
January 10, 1896
A number from this place attended the funeral of Lyman Fingar
at the Gallatin Reformed church Sunday. Mr. Fingar formerly occupied the farm now owned by Chas. Bathrick
. - The Pine Plains Register
January 29, 1904
According to a story told by my grandfather, Lyman had pneumonia and was told by the doctor to 'drink whiskey or die!' Being a man of principle, Lyman declared he 'would rather die than drink whiskey!' The next morning he was found dead. - Larry Boddy
See him on the 1850 Gallatin, Columbia, NY Census
, age 2
Found him on the 1855 Gallatin, Columbia, NY census, age 8
Found him on the 1860 Gallatin, Columbia, New York census (img 37) as Lyman R. Finger
Found him on the 1880 Milan, Dutchess, New York census (dist 44 img 1) age 33, RR Section hand.
Found him on the 1892 Milan, Dutchess, New York state census (dist 2 img 3 FS) as Lyman R. Finger
age 42, farmer.
Found him on the 1900 Milan, Dutchess, New York census (dist 14 img 12) age 53, farmer.