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Vernon/Rockville, Tolland County - History

First Settlers
The area that makes up the town of Vernon was first settled by families from East Windsor, CT in 1716. It was originally a part of East Windsor and Bolton.
In 1808 the town of Vernon was set off from the town of Bolton, by an act of the general assembly of the state of Connecticut held at New Haven. On that second Thursday of October it was incorporated into a town by itself.
First Town Meeting
The first meeting of the voters of the town of Vernon was held on the third Monday of November, 1808.

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This page was last updated July 16, 2008

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