I usually name towns according to some imaginary parallel I have in mind, because I usually write in a fictional America that's almost exactly like this one. Here are some parallels I have, not sure why they're all in Georgia...
Bedford, GA: my hometown Spaniel, GA: a tiny factory town with a large division of wealth Willibald, GA: Atlanta Pandora, NY: New York City Mitleid, GA: also my hometown Breckton County, GA: rural unincorporated farmland Santa Tomasa, TX: I dunno, San Jose? Laughing Waters, Cussia: some little village in fake-Russia out by the Wolgria River
Then my mom's got a good one for her small southern town... I'm not gonna be able to sleep until I remember it. But she did have a river named the Diamondback, which I found inspirational for naming some of my own geographical features:
Cottonmouth: flows through Breckton and Mitleid, a tributary of the Diamondback Forella: the Hudson Marvel Bay: Hudson Bay
All right, now for some suggestions!
well. Marvel, for one thing. Lillian - why not? lots of towns are just names, there's a town near us called Alexander City that we just call Alex City Sophelia Prospera (a la Fredonia) Atlantis Tuscany Inspiration Yancy Chester Forte (prn Fort) Hamlet Celler Zimmer Monday Adams Stanley Templeton Rushing Soulsville Mojo Risin Penny Euclid Kelly Clarkson Crux Hillsboro Shady Acres Silverdale Wood And Dale (I think I'm gonna use that one) Sacred River Measureless Tumult Kubla Pleasure Keeper Veal Spore Macintosh Sim City Premiere Excalibur Neverland Panic Mammoth Olympia Ambrosia Hermes Athena Minerva Crockpot Robinson Hells Bells Merry Meredith Coronation Fast Stacks Angela Angelica Damian Money Purpose