He was often referred to as Timmy
spent the weekend in Binghamton with his grandmother, Mrs. Daniel Schwehm
. Mr. Schwelm is still a patient in Wilson Memorial Hospital in Binghamton. - The Geneva Times
March 18, 1964
A Penn Yan motorist was taken to Soldiers and Sailors Memorial Hospital suffering from injuries received in a one-car accident at 11:15 p.m. Friday on Rt. 54A, outside the southern limits of the village. Cole T. Finger, 21, of 336Â½ E. Elm St., was treated for a fractured leg and abrasions of the face, according to the Yates County Sheriff's Department. Police said that Finger was traveling south when his car failed to make a curve in the highway. This caused the vehicle to strike a utility pole and sideswipe the cement entrance markers at the St. Michaels Cemetery. The car was wrecked. Finger was given a summons for speed not reasonable and prudent. - The Geneva Times March 7, 1970 page 15.