1791, May 151883, Mar 17
Isaac Quintard was captain of the first company of militia in Stamford, organized in 1775. In 1738, Isaac Quintard was one who signed (with many others) an appeal to the General Assembly of Connecticut to deliver the members of the Episcopal Church from paying tithes to the Congregational Church. Mr. Quintard married Mrs. Clarissa (Hoyt) Shay. In 1806 he patented a design for an apple cider mill
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04/05/1806-Isaac Quintard of Connecticut patents apple cider mill
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