“Bite-Size Bits of Local, National, and Global History”
“Bite-Size Bits of Local, National, and Global History”
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Historical Markers and War Memorials in Glastonbury, Connecticut

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Hartford is the county seat for Hartford County
Glastonbury is in Hartford County
      Hartford County (437)  
      Litchfield County (248)  
      Middlesex County (145)  
      New Haven County (356)  
      New London County (289)  
      Tolland County (128)  
      Hampden County, Massachusetts (112)  
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1Connecticut (Hartford County), Glastonbury — First Meeting House
The First Meeting House Stood Near This Spot In 1692 Timothy Stevens Pastor Connecticut Tercentenary 1635     1935Map (db m98861) HM
2Connecticut (Hartford County), Glastonbury — Glastonbury
Formerly part of Wethersfield, the town was named for Glastonbury in England. Its thirty four original farms, running from the River three miles east “into the wilderness,” were the first officially surveyed by Connecticut Colony, . . . Map (db m98863) HM
3Connecticut (Hartford County), Glastonbury — Glastonbury Korean War Memorial
Korean War Peter P. Monaco, Jr. USMC And Honoring Those Who Served The United States and United Nations, 1950 - 1953Map (db m98830) WM
4Connecticut (Hartford County), Glastonbury — Glastonbury Revolutionary War Monument
1775 – 1783 Dedicated to The Men and Women Who Aided In The Fight for Freedom And Independence During The American RevolutionMap (db m98831) WM
5Connecticut (Hartford County), Glastonbury — Glastonbury Soldiers Monument
Erected in Memory of Capt. Frederick M. Barber And the Soldiers of Glastonbury Who Gave Their Lives for Their Country. By Mercy Turner Barber. 1918 1861 Civil War 1865 More enduring than this monument will be the memory of their . . . Map (db m98832) WM
6Connecticut (Hartford County), Glastonbury — Glastonbury Vietnam Conflict Memorial
. . . Map (db m98836) WM
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7Connecticut (Hartford County), Glastonbury — Glastonbury War II Memorial
1941      1945 World War II A Tribute to the Men and Women Who Served Their Country. In Honor of These Who Gave Their Lives. Andrews, Harry E. · Bemer, Steven J. · Boeris, John N. · Carl, Goodrich F. · Chamberlin, Theodore L. · Connell, . . . Map (db m98803) WM
8Connecticut (Hartford County), Glastonbury — Glastonbury War II Monument
In Honor of Those Who Served Their Country In The Second World War and In Memory Of Charles Galli Who Was Killed In Action Herbert Amond · Richard A. Bantle · Everett E. Bantly · Allen F. Behnke · Robert G. Brash · Charles W. Chase, Jr. · . . . Map (db m98862) WM
9Connecticut (Hartford County), Glastonbury — Glastonbury World War I Monument
1917          1919 In Honor of Those of the Town of Glastonbury Who Answered Their Country’s Call To Serve Humanity Aborn, Merritt W. · Adams, Charles W. · Ahern, Matthew A. · Antos, Charles F. · Backus, Joseph H. · Barber, George H., M.D. · . . . Map (db m98802) WM
10Connecticut (Hartford County), Glastonbury — John Lee Levitow
In Honor Of John Lee Levitow Glastonbury, Connecticut Sergeant, United States Air Force 3rd Special Operations Squadron presented Congressional Medal of Honor by President Richard M. Nixon May 14, 1970 For conspicuous gallantry . . . Map (db m98833) WM
11Connecticut (Hartford County), Glastonbury — Kimberly Tract
Kimberly Tract This land is part of the original grant east of the great river made to John Robbins of Wethersfield in 1640. The original lot of 132 acres – 22 rods wide – extended three miles from the river into the hills. With Eleazar . . . Map (db m98902) HM
12Connecticut (Hartford County), Glastonbury — Rev. Timothy Stevens Parsonage
. . . Map (db m98865) HM
13Connecticut (Hartford County), Glastonbury — Site of Second Meeting House
Site of Second Meeting House First Church of Christ Congregational 1735 – 1837 News of the battles of Lexington and Concord reached here while Rev. John Eells was preaching and was announced from the pulpit April 28, 1775 . . . Map (db m98901) HM
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Nov. 28, 2022