American Silversmiths

Isaac Quintard
Jeanne Fume
(Abt 1672-)
Peter Quintard


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1. Jeanne Baillereau
2. Deborah Knapp

Peter Quintard
  • Born: 14 Jan 1699, New York City NY
  • Marriage (1): Jeanne Baillereau in 1723 in New York City NY
  • Marriage (2): Deborah Knapp after Sep 1757
  • Died: 10 Nov 1762, Norwalk CT

  General notes:


  Events in his life were:

  • Alternate Mark

  • Tankard, c 1720
    Private Collection
    h: 7"
    wt: 31 oz
    Marked by both Quintard and his master, Charles LeRoux, indicating it may have been made at the end of his apprenticeship.
  • He worked circa 1720-1737 as a silversmith in New York City NY 3
  • Master to Peter David 1722 in New York City NY. 1

  • Caudle cup, c 1730
    First Congresional Church Stamford CT 14
    h: 3 9/16"
    Engraved "The Gift of Mr Jonathan Gold to the Church of Christ in Stamford Ano Domo 1730." Jonathan Gold, in his will of October 1730, left £8 to the church, used to purchase this cup.
  • He worked in 1737-1755 as a silversmith in Norwalk CT in 1737 was living at southeast corner Wall Street and West Avenue; in 1739 at northeast corner of Pine Street and West Avenue. 3
  • Advertised in the Gazette (New Haven CT), 18 Oct 1755, that he had pasture for cattle and horses on west side of Norwalk River. 3
  • Flynt & Fales:, . 3 His estate inventory lists
    goldsmith's tools, £35
    gold and silver articlesóbeads, rings, buckles, spoons, etc.ó£20/18/1
    house lot, barn and shop, £230/3/0.

Peter married Jeanne Baillereau in 1723 in New York City NY. (Jeanne Baillereau was born on 3 Jul 1708 in New York City NY and died on 2 Sep 1757 in Norwalk CT.)

Peter next married Deborah Knapp after Sep 1757. (Deborah Knapp was born on 28 Jan 1705 in Stamford CT.)

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