He served Engine Co. 62, in the Bronx. - Bill Bilkey
He signed his WWI draft registration card (1918) Frederick William Finger
Found him on the 1880 Morrisiana, New York, New York census (dist 666 img 19) as William F. Finger
Found him on the 1900 Bronx, New York, New York census as Frederick W. Finger
age 27, Fireman, NYF Dep.
Found him on the 1910 Bronx Assembly District 32, New York, New York census (dist 1487 img 34) as William F. Finger
age 37, fireman, NYC Dept.
WWI Draft Registration
Found him on the 1920 Bronx, Bronx, New York census (dist 365 img 34) as Frederick W. Finger
age 47, foreman, factory.
Found him on the 1930 Bronx, Bronx, New York census (dist 921 img 24) as Fred W. Finger
age 57, elevator operator, factory. His son Alfred
is living next door to him.
Mr. and Mrs. Frederick William Finger of 4623 Richardson Avenue, Bronx, celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary Saturday night at a reception at Perito's Tavern, Bronx. More than 40 guests were present.
Mrs. Finger is the former Carolina Mack of Mount Vernon. The couple were married on Feb. 27, 1893, at Emanuel Lutheran Church in this city. Their wedding attendants, Mrs. August Rosin and Frederick Rosin of New York City, were present at the party.
Mr. and Mrs. Finger's six sons, George, Francis, Alfred and Harold of New York Edward of Yonkers, and Walter of Statsburg, N. Y. attended the party. The couple have seven grandchildren. Mr. Finger is a retired New York City fireman. - The Daily Argus March 1, 1943 page 7.
NORTH BRONX — Frederick William Finger, seventy-six, of 4623 Richardson Avenue, retired member of Engine Company 63 of the New York City Fire Department, died yesterday at Mount Vernon Hospital.
Son of the late Henry and Margaret Nelly Finger, he lived all his life in the Bronx and attended Wakefield Grace Methodist Church. He retired from the Fire Department in 1918 and for the past 28 years was associated with the Ward Leonard Electric Company of Mount Vernon.
He leaves six sons, George Finger of 217 North Tenth Avenue, Mount Vernon; Edward Finger of 44 Croton Terrace, Yon- kers; Francis Finger of the Bronx, a New York City patrolman; Alfred Finger, a lieutenant in the New York Fire Department; and Harold Finger, also of the Bronx, and Walter Finger of Poughkeepsie; two sisters, Mrs. August Rosin and Mrs. May Nosher, of the Bronx; a brother, Edward Finger of the Bronx, eight grandchildren, and a great-grandchild. - The Daily Argus