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Adelaidecommunity in S Rockingham County served by post office, 1883-1905.
Adkin Branchrises 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.
Adkinscommunity in N Yancey County.
Adkins Branchrises in N Buncombe County and flows NW into Madison County, where it enters Ivy River.
Adkins Fallsrapids in Cape Fear River in central Harnett County E of the town of Lillington and near the confluence of Buies Creek with the river. Mentioned as early as 1819 in a survey of the rivers of North Carolina.
Adlaicommunity in SE Union County served by post office, 1896-1900.
Adleycommunity in S Wilkes County on the S side of Yadkin River. Home of Capt. John Brown, in which the Wilkes County government was organized in March 1778, is across the river. The W. Kerr Scott Dam is there.
Adoniramcommunity in N Granville County served by post office, 1889-1906.
Advalorem Branchrises in N Swain County between Jumpup Ridge and Bald Ridge and flows SE into Forney Creek.
Advancetown in E Davie County. Known as Shady Grove as early as 1816. When a post office was est. in 1877, a new name was required because there was already a Shady Grove post office in the state. Named because local citizens expected progress with the addition of a post office to the community. Inc. 1893. Alt. 810.

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