|Duncans Creek||rises in NE Rutherford County and flows W into Broad River.|
|Duncans Creek||rises in central Warren County and flows E into Walkers Creek. At one time called Dowtins Creek.|
|Duncans Creek||community in NE Rutherford County. Post office est. there 1829.|
|Duncans Creek Township||NE Rutherford County.|
|Dundarrach||town in S Hoke County. Inc. 1911.|
|Dunfields Creek||rises in N central Cumberland County and flows SW into Cape Fear River.|
|Dunhams Creek||rises in E central Moore County and flows se. A short distance above the mouth of Herds Creek, it becomes Crains Creek, which see. Named for Joseph Dunham, who settled along its banks in 1760.|
|Dunlap's Mill||See Bonlee.|
|Dunmoor Branch||rises in E central Bertie County and flows N into Cricket Swamp.|
|Dunn||town in SE Harnett County. First known as Tearshirt and later as Lucknow. Renamed Dunn in 1886 for Bennett R. Dunn, construction engineer of the Atlantic Coast Line Railroad. Inc. 1887. Produces apparel, canned foods, lumber, and candy. Alt. 214.|
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