Found him on the 1900 Red Hook, Dutchess, New York census (dist 38 img 11) as George W. Fingar, Jr.
Found him on the 1910 Red Hook, Dutchess, New York census (dist 81 img 7), age 28. No children.
Found him on the 1920 Red Hook, Dutchess, New York census (dist 72 img 7) as George W. Finger
age 38, speculator, fruit. Living with him is is mother-in-law Minnie D. Vosburgh
Found him on the 1930 Red Hook, Dutchess, New York census (dist 76 img 13) as George W. Finger
age 48, salesman, fruit co. There are no children listed.
Found him on the 1940 Tivoli, Dutchess, New York census (dist 14-97 img 14) as George W. Fingar
age 58. Comm. Agent, Comm House.
George W. Fingar, 89, mayor of Tivoli for six years, died suddenly at his home at noon Tuesday. He was born in Tivoli June 24, 1881, the son of Mrs. Eliza Boyce Fingar and the late Geo. W. Fingar.
While still in his teens, Mr. Fingar became a representative of the O. W. and H. W. Davis Co. and for the Simon and French Co., widely known fruit exporters. He covered a wide territory on both sides of the river.
He was first elected mayor in 1927 and completed his final term in 1936. During his time in office a fine drainage system was installed in the village. He was treasurer of the combined congregations of Trinity and St. Paul's churches. He was treasurer for 18 years of the fire department, of which he was an exempt member.
Surviving are his wife Mrs. Nellie Vosburgh Fingar, a brother, Raymond of Scranton, Pa. three sisters, Mrs. Daniel Chichester and Mrs. Alma O'Hara of Madalin and Mrs. Florence Coons of Poughkeepsie and several nieces and nephews. - The Rhinebeck Gazette April 3, 1941
George W. Fingar, resident of the town of Red Hook, who died April 1, bequeathed his entire estate to his widow, Nellie V. Fingar, of Madalin, according to a will filed for probate in the surrogate's office, yesterday. Mr. Fingar left a will dated Oct. 29, 1918, and witnessed by Emma E. Plass and W. Harry Montgomery. The estate is listed at $2,500 in real estate, and $3,000 in personal property. - David G. McCullough is the attorney. - The Poughkeepsie Eagle-News May 9, 1941