Hartford, Wethersfield, and Windsor were established on the Connecticut.
These three cousins were children of his uncle Charles of Wethersfield.
At last, after all these journeyings, they were sent back safely to their homes in Wethersfield.
The richness of the soil of the Wethersfield meadows has been celebrated as widely as the aroma of its onions.
Mr. Russell, hitherto minister of Wethersfield, accompanied the new settlers as their pastor.
It is said that the name, however spelled, is still pronounced “Borman,” at Wethersfield.
In 1635, settlements were made at Hartford, Windsor, and Wethersfield.
Branford also was born of a Wethersfield controversy and later received accessions from Long Island.
They were convicted and sent to Wethersfield, from whence some of them may have emerged wiser and better members of society.
They erected a few huts at Pyquag (Wethersfield), in which they contrived to pass the winter.