The reason for founding the colony of Connecticut was for more religious and economic freedom. Thomas Hooker founded this colony in 1636 in Hartford when he and his congregation left Massachusetts after a disagreement with Puritan leaders.
The person who found Connecticut is/was Thomas Hooker.
they got there by ship
Connecticut was founded in colonial times. The founding location was near what is today known as the Connecticut river.
Thomas Hooker wanted religious freedom, and he hated the lack of democracy in Massachusetts, so he left for what we call Connecticut. He built the first colony based on Puritan guidelines (principles).
A major reason for the founding of the Maryland colony was to create a refuge for the Catholics.
The reason for the founding of New Hampshire was for farming. The New England colony was founded in 1692 by John Mason.
Roger Sherman of Connecticut.
There were various reasons of founding Massachusetts. The main reason was to enjoy religious liberty and this was considered to be one of the most religious colonies.
The reason is: Profit from sailing land; Religious Freedom.
to practise there relegion?
it was founded for its goods.
For religious freedom
farming and trading
There were two main reasons for founding Delaware. The first was for trade and the second reason was for religion.
th reason was that they wanted to colonize and move onto new land
To oppose racism apex
The founding of Yale College and Congregational churches in the 1700's shaped Connecticut. These events led to taxation and conservatism.
The founding father of Connecticut was Roger Sherman. I used constitutionfacts.com to answer the question. Actually there was more than one founding father from Connecticut; there were actually three of them. One was William Samuel Johnson, one was Roger Sherman, ands the other was Oliver Ellsworth. Johnson was a smart man and was a president at a university, Roger Sherman was a very good businessman, and Ellsworth was studying theology and got most of his money from the public office. Found the answer at www.americanrevolution.com