He was a farmer, active in the church and played the mellophone. - Judith Bradley
He attended the Dutch Reformed Church at Katsbaan where he was the treasurer, a deacon, and sang bass in the choir for many years. - Clair Smith
has been ill for some time with symptoms of typhoid fever, although the doctor has hopes of breaking it up. - New York Recorder
Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Finger
, accompanied by Mrs. Leon Smith
, motored to Schenectady last Wednesday to visit little Judith Wilma Finger
, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Almeron Finger
. - Greene County Examiner-Recorder
January 29, 1942 page 3.
Mr. Finger was a retired farmer and had lived in Katsbaan most of his life. He was an elder of the Katsbaan Reformed Church, charter member and past master of Asbury Grange.
Found him on the 1880 Catskill, Greene, New York census (dist 74 img 15) as Clarence Finger
Found him on the 1900 Cairo, Greene, New York census (dist 68, img 7), age 23.
Found him on the 1910 Saugerties, Ulster, New York census (dist 168 img 18) age 33, laborer, living next to his father Alermon
On his WWI draft registration card under Employer's Name he entered 'Business for Self'
Found him on the 1920 Saugerties, Ulster, New York census age 43, living next to his father, Almeron
Found him on the 1925 Saugerties, Ulster, New York state census (A.D.01 E.D.07 img 11) as Clarence Finger
age 48, carpenter.
Found him on the 1930 Saugerties, Ulster, New York census (dist 53 img 6) age 53, salesman.
Clarence Finger, 80, of RD 1, Saugerties, died in Greene County Memorial Hospital, Catskill, on Tuesday. Funeral services will be held Friday at 2:30 p. m. at the Katsbaan Reformed Church. Burial will be in Katsbaan Cemetery. Friends may call at the Hartley and Lamouree Funeral Home, 8 Second street, Saugerties, any time. In lieu of flowers the family suggests contributions be made to the Cancer Fund.
Surviving are two daughters, Mrs. Alvin Davis, of Seymour, Conn. Mrs. Leon Smith of Asbury two sons, Almeron Finger of Germantown, Elmer Finger of Scotia, nine grandchildren, and 10 great grandchildren one sister, Mrs. T. J. Gardiner of Stewartsville, N. J., and three brothers, Louis, and Howard, both of Saugerties, and Herbert of Brooklyn. The Kingston Daily Freeman October 24, 1956