|Durham Township||central Durham County.|
|Durham's Creek||community in central Beaufort County served by post office, 1839-1902.|
|Dusty Hill||community in central Northampton County.|
|Dutch Buffalo Creek||rises near Organ Church in SE Rowan County and flows SE through Cabarrus County into Rocky River. Named for the "Pennsylvania Dutch" (German, Deutsch) who settled there. See also Irish Buffalo Creek.|
|Dutch Cove||E Haywood County on the head of Dutch Cove Creek.|
|Dutch Cove Creek||rises in E Haywood County and flows NW into Hominy Creek.|
|Dutch Creek||rises in SW Watauga County on N slope of Hanging Rock and flows NE into Watauga River.|
|Dutch Creek Falls||SW Watauga County on Dutch Creek approx. ½ mi. upstream from the mouth of Pigeonroost Creek. Falls are 85 ft. high and make a perpendicular descent over moss- and lichen-covered rock. Also known as Marianna Falls.|
|Dutch District||See Dutchville Township.|
|Dutch Second Creek||See South Second Creek.|
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