Really Small Towns, Villages, Settlements and Hamlets

Mountville, Georgia

Atlanta to Mountville 63 miles SW

Hwy 109/Greenville Road runs through Mountville

Mountville was so named because it is the most elevated spot in the county-a little city set upon a hill.  Mountville is the oldest settlement in Troup County. Land was drawn by Neal McRea in the land lottery on March 12, 1827. All of the houses at this early period were two-room log cabins with stick and mud chimneys.

Mountville is the oldest settlement in Troup County

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Has a Dollar General – no other stores

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Shiloh, Georgia

Hwy 27 runs through Shiloh

Shiloh is a city in Harris County.  The population was 440 at the 2014 census estimate. No Stores. Park with walking path through center of town.

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Below – City Hall and Volunteer Fire Dept.

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Park with walking path through center of town.

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Epworth, Georgia

Blue Ridge Drive toward McCaysville turn on Madola Rd.

Epworth is in Fannin County.  A former name was Atalia.  Had a population of 500 in 2015.  No Stores, has a park.

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Epworth United Methodist Church founded June 25, 1865, cemetery across the road.

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Clermont, Georgia

Between Gainesville and Cleveland – off Hwy 129/Cleveland Hwy turn on King St.

Clermont is in Hall County, population 875 in 2010.  Incorporated 1994. Has festival called Clermont Days in September.

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Below – There was a hotel in Clermont it looked empty not sure what it is being used for.

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