Somerville Tenn. County seat. Fayette County. Population 1760
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Hand-drawn and colored map showing the town of Somerville. The county courthouse is in the center and businesses, streets, schools, and residences surround. A key in the bottom right corner indicates the colors used for county property, brick residences, businesses, clinics, drug stores, wood residences, African American residences, churches, and city streets.
Incorporated in 1836, Somerville is the county seat of Fayette County. It is named after Lieutenant Robert Somerville who was killed in the Battle of Horseshoe Bend.
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