The site of Centerville is in Crittenden county about four miles south of Marion and about a mile south of Crayne. It was established in 1799 and was the seat of Livingston county from 1804 to 1809, when it was moved to Salem. This was before the formation of Crittenden and Caldwell counties and Centerville was near the center of Livingston county.
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