The county seat moved to the city of Clinton in 1869.
The town was a county seat from 1816 to 1945.
Her family moved to the county seat when she was a child.
It was the county seat from the 13th century until 1836.
It was the county seat at the time but not for much longer.
It is not known when the county seat was moved.
The county seat returned in 1888 and has been there ever since.
When they failed to become the county seat the building became a school.
The place where the government and courts for the town is called the county seat.
She had put up 50 acres of land near the county seat as security.
These counties are typically (though not always) named after their county town.
It has usually been the county town for hundreds of years.
There is often a university in or near the county town.
Until the early 19th century it was the county town of Cornwall.
About half of those live in the county town Aylesbury.
Every fourth or fifth community will be a county town, built around a square.
The bridge was meant to be the new landmark of the county town.
It is also the smallest main county town in the country.
During the 11th and 12th century it was the county town of Somerset.
This includes the county, towns and school districts that do not fall in one community.