|Adams Point||point of land in E Beaufort County on Pamlico River near the mouth of Pungo River. Appears on the Moseley map, 1733.|
|Adams Run||community in E Henderson County on Big Hungry Creek.|
|Adams Store||community in N Halifax County.|
|Adams Store||See Adamsville.|
|Adamsville||former community in central Wayne County on the E edge of Goldsboro. At one time known as Adams Store. Now within the corporate limits of Goldsboro.|
|Adcock Creek||rises in S Granville County E of Stem and flows E into Tar River. Named for Adcock family.|
|Addie||community in N Jackson County, on Scotts Creek. Located about 3 mi. NE of town of Sylva. Alt. 2,249.|
|Addor||town in S Moore County. Inc. 1881 as Keyser; named for an officer of the Raleigh and Augusta Airline Railroad. During World War I, the name became unpopular because of the similarity to "Kaiser." Name changed in October 1918 to Addor in honor of Felix Addor, local resident, who had been killed on the troopship SS Leviathan in March. Long inactive in municipal affairs. Served by post office, 1877-1918.|
|Adelaide||community in S Rockingham County served by post office, 1883-1905.|
|Adkin Branch||rises in N Lenoir County and flows SE through the city of Kinston into Neuse River. Named for Robert Atkins, who had land grants there in 1729.|
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