|Baker Island||a sandy island approx. 2 mi. long in the Roanoke River, NW Northampton County. Called Eaton Island on the Price map, 1808, and Lashleys Island on the MacRae map, 1833.|
|Baker Mill||See Wheeler Creek.|
|Baker Mountain||W Catawba County. Alt. 1,812.|
|Baker Swamp||rises in E Cumberland County and flows SW into Reese Creek.|
|Bakers||community in W central Union County.|
|Bakers Branch||rises in N Madison County and flows NE into Spillcorn Creek.|
|Bakers Creek||See Mud Creek.|
|Bakers Creek||rises in N Catawba County and flows S into Lyle Creek.|
|Bakers Crossroads||community in central Rockingham County. Named for Baker family, local farmers. Site of Malloy post office, which see.|
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