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Spillertown is a village in Williamson County, Illinois, United
States. The population was 220 at the 2000 census.Richard Bankston
first settled in the area of Spillertown in 1812 and entered the
southwest quarter of Section 6, Township 9 South, Range 3 East, on
Aug. 4, 1817. Elijah N. Spiller, who along with three other
brothers arrived in what would become Williamson County a year
earlier, bought Bankston's improvements and the area soon became
known for the Spiller family. His home stood on the old road that
ran between Marion and Benton. In the earliest day it was known as
the Harmony road as settlers would take it north to Garret's
Tavern, the old county set of Franklin County and then east to New
Harmony, Indiana. The community had a history of excellent schools
under the old Spillertown District 54. The last school building now
serves as a community building, village hall and polling place.
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