On his WWI draft registration card, his birth place is listed as Mt. Marion, NY and his occupation was engineer, Dimond Paper Mill.
Found him on the 1910 Saugerties, Ulster, New York census (dist 166 img 13) ad Henry L. Finger
age 20, single, living at home.
Henry died in the flu epidemic of 1918. - O.D.P.S.
Henry L. Finger, an employe of the Diamond Mills Paper Co., died Sunday at his home on Valley street, Saugerties, in the 30th year of his age. He leaves to mourn his sudden and untimely passing, a wife and three small children, a mother, Mrs. Howard Finger, three sisters, Ella and Sarah of Mt. Marion and Lucy (Mrs. Wakely Porter) of New York city, and one brother, H. Clinton, of Mt. Marion.
Mr. Finger's death was caused by pneumonia, contracted from influenza. His wife and children are also ill with influenza at present.
Deceased was a member of Esopus Tribe, No 482, Imp. O. R. M. The body was removed to the Seamon Bros. Co chapel, and funeral services will be held Wednesday afternoon in the Mt. Marion Church, with burial in Mt. Marion Cemetery. The Kingston Daily Freeman January 7, 1919 page 9