Found him on the 1900 Germantown, Columbia, New York census (dist 13 img 9) age 9.
Found him on the 1905 Germantown, Columbia, New York state census (E.D.01 img 4) as Warren L. Fingar
Found him on the 1910 Germantown, Columbia, New York census (dist 12 img 9) age 19.
, of Germantown, has started to take a course in the Albany Business college. Lyle P. Fingar
, a brother, is at Cornell taking a course in agriculture, and Warren
, another brother, is in business in Troy. They are sons of Peter Fingar
, of Germantown. - Hudson Evening Register
December ?, 1913
Warren Lloyd Fingar of Schenectady was born in Germantown on October 14th, 1890. Peter Fingar, his father, is a resident of that town, but his mother passed away several years ago. He attended the Germantown district school and Albany Business College. Fingar left business college to take a position as an accountant. He was selected for army service by Local Board No. 4 of Schenectady, and on October 3rd, 1918, was initiated into military duty at Fort Slocum, where he was assigned to Quartermasters Corps, Chemical Warfare Service. Later he served at Camp Meigs and Cleveland, Ohio. On April 3rd, 1919, Private Fingar received his honorable discharge from service. - Columbia County in the World War J. B. Lyon Company, Printers 1924, page 266
Found him on the 1930 Germantown, Columbia, New York census (dist 15 img 24) age 39, farmer, fruit farm. He is living next door to his brothers Lyle P. Fingar
and Willis E. Fingar
Found him on the 1940 Germantown, Columbia, New York census (dist 11-17 img 14) as Warren L. Fingar