A happy social event took place in Saugerties Wednesday afternoon. Miss Jennie Fiero
, youngest daughter of Mr. C. C. Fiero, the well-known merchant, was married to Mr. Daniel N. Finger
, a rising young business man of Saugerties. The ceremony was performed by the Rev. Thomas Lament, pastor of the Methodist church, in the presence of a large and brilliant assemblage of guests. Miss Fiero, the bride, is a young lady possessing many charming graces of manner and conversation, and is a universal favorite. She was the recipient of many handsorne and costly presents. The happy couple will pass the honeymoon in New York and Philadelphia. - Hudson Daily Evening Register
January 18, 1884
Found her on the 1870 Hudson Ward 2, Columbia, New York census (img 4) as Jennie Fiero
Found her on the 1900 Saugerties, Ulster, New York census (ED 132, img 20) as Jennie
, age 37.
Found her on the 1910 Saugerties, Ulster, New York census (dist 164 img 11) as Jane Finger
Found her on the 1920 Saugerties, Ulster, New York census (dist 201 img 11) as Jane C. Finger
Mrs. Daniel N. Finger of Saugerties, who had been critically ill with pneumonia the past, week, died at her home on Washington avenue Friday morning, leaving her family and relatives and a host of friends to sorrow and grieve over her demise. Mrs. Finger's death is a shock to all who knew her and much sympathy will be extended to the bereaved ones in the hour of gloom that, has cast Its shadow over them.
Besides the husband, one daughter, Mrs. M. A. Kelly, one son, Harry M. Finger, two sisters, Mrs. Elmer E. E. Myer of Saugerties and Mrs. D. D. McClure of Portland, Oregon, and three brothers, Albert W. Fiero of Saugerties. J. C. Flero of Lancaster, Pa., and W. M. Fiero of Middletown survive her.
Mrs. Finger was a woman possessing a generous and freehearted nature, a genial spirit and happy manner. She made friends easily and always retained them. She was a faithful attendant and member of the Methodist Church, and one of the most indefatigable workers in the Ladles' Aid Society of the Church. Deceased was also a member of Emmanuel Chapter, No. 617, O. E. S. Her passing will leave a vacant place hard to fill in her home and in the various activities in which she entered so thoroughly and wholeheartedly. Mrs. Finger was in her 57th year.
The Kingston Daily Freeman March 13, 1920 page 6.