Glastonbury [Hartford County] Connecticut was set off from Wethersfield in June, 1692 and incorporated in May, 1693. Named from Glastonbury in Somersetshire.

Area, 52.3 sq. miles. Population, est., 28,832. Voting districts, 8. Principal industries, agriculture, business machines, insurance, poultry research and breeding, and manufacture of machine tools.

Glastonbury is considered to be a part of the Greater Hartford Metro Area.

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