|Dave Bellew Top||peak in SW Cherokee County between Wolf Creek and Hot House Creek.|
|Dave Rock||in W Transylvania County E of Bart Branch.|
|Davenport||community in S Mecklenburg County served by post office, 1888-1903.|
|Davenport Branch||rises in E Clay County and flows SW into Buck Creek.|
|Davenport Branch||rises in S Clay County and flows SE into Hiwassee River.|
|Davenport Forks||community in NE Washington County S of Deep Creek.|
|Davenport Gap||a wind gap in Great Smoky Mountains where the North Carolina-Tennessee boundary crosses the NE boundary of Great Smoky Mountains National Park, Haywood County, N.C., and Cocke County, Tenn., near lat. 35°46'30" N., long. 83°6'30" W. Named in honor of Col. William Davenport, who in 1821 marked a stone on the "north side of Cataloochee Turnpike Road" as the starting point of his survey of the Tennessee-North Carolina state line.|
|Davenport Mountain||W Henderson County between Johnsons Mill Creek and Shaw Creek.|
|Davers Island||See Harkers Island.|
|David Daniel Pond||See Contentnea Lake.|
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