|Dula Town||an African American community in S central Caldwell County. Named for Alfred Dula, who gave 400 acres of land to his freed slaves. At the close of the Civil War, he also gave a horse, wagon, and cow to each former slave family.|
|Dulin's Grove||community in W Mecklenburg County named for local family.|
|Dulins||community in NE Davie County served by post office, 1877-1905.|
|Dumas Creek||rises in N Montgomery County and flows SE into Denson Creek. Named for Dumas family, early settlers. Appears on recent maps as Doomas Creek.|
|Dumplin Creek||short stream in N central Carteret County, flows W into Adams Creek.|
|Dunbars Landing||in NW Tyrrell County on the N side of Scuppernong River.|
|Duncan||community in N Harnett County. Alt. 430.|
|Duncan Creek||rises in E Transylvania County and flows SW into Little River.|
|Duncan Mountain||SE Transylvania County S of Duncan Creek.|
|Duncans Creek||rises in NE Rutherford County and flows SE into Cleveland County, where it enters First Broad River.|
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