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Cheap Car Insurance in Stratford CT

Agent Phone Address
Allstate Insurance Agents
Gabriela Rivera 203-381-0320 3589 Main Street
Stratford, CT 06614
Stephen Zacharko 203-378-0391 2505 Main St
Stratford, CT 06615
John Fiorella 203-378-6839 3272 Main St Suite E
Stratford, CT 06614
Timothy Andrus 203-378-0391 2505 Main Street
Stratford, CT 06615
Scott Insurance 203-375-5847 3151 Main Street
Stratford, CT 06614

Stratford CT  Short History

Stratford was founded in 1639 by Puritan leader Reverend Adam Blakeman (pronounced Blackman), William Beardsley and either 16 families—according to legend—or approximately 35 families—suggested by later research—who had recently arrived in Connecticut from England seeking religious freedom. Stratford is one of many towns in the northeastern American colonies founded as part of the Great Migration in the 1630s when Puritan families fled an increasingly polarized England in the decade before the civil war between Charles I and Parliament (led by Oliver Cromwell). Some of the Stratford settlers were from families who had first moved from England to the Netherlands to seek religious freedom, like their predecessors on the Mayflower, and decided to come to the New World when their children began to adopt the Dutch culture and language. Like other Puritan or Pilgrim towns founded during this time, early Stratford was a place where church leadership and town leadership were both united under the pastor of the church, in this case Reverend Blakeman. The goal of these communities was to create perfect outposts of religious idealism where the wilderness would separate them from the interference of kings, parliaments, or any other secular authority. Blakeman ruled Stratford until his death in 1665, but as the second generation of Stratford grew up many of the children rejected what they perceived as the exceptional austerity of the town's founders. This and later generations sought to change the religious dictums of their elders, and the utopian nature of Stratford and similar communities was gradually replaced with more standard colonial administration. By the late 1600s, the Connecticut government had assumed political control over Stratford.