Green’s Dictionary of Slang

-vile sfx

also -ville
[Fr. ville, town]

used in combs. to mean town or village; thus deuseaville n.; Rum ville n.

implied in deuseaville n.
[US]Ade ‘The Fable of Another Brave Effort’ in True Bills 54: All who heard him when he pounded on the Desk and demanded the Best Room in the House knew that they were standing in the presence of the Young Squire from Yapville-on-the-Crick.
[UK]J. Morton Lowspeak 138: Thatchervilles – the cardboard cities of tramps which have grown up in areas of London such as Lincoln’s In Fields and Waterloo. The word has a similar meaning to Hoovervilles, the hobo jungles of the American depression, and the French Bidonvilles, iron shanty towns.
[US]J. Ellroy Hilliker Curse 9: My ancestral home of Shitsville, Great Britain.