Elizabeth Godman was charged with witchcraft twice, but managed to avoid the hangman's noose.
The first woman executed for witchcraft in New England was from Windsor.
The witchcraft trial of Goody Knapp was the first well-detailed case in Connecticut history.
Goody Bassett appears to have been the first woman executed for witchcraft in the New Haven Colony.
The first husband-and-wife victims of the Colonial witchcraft hysteria.
Mary Johnson of Wethersfield confessed (most likely under extreme duress) to witchcraft and was executed in 1648.