|East Dismal Swamp||a 20,000-acre area of peat and muck swamp extending NE from N Beaufort County across S and E Washington County into W Tyrrell County. See also Dogwood Ridge; New Lands.|
|East Double Creek||rises in S Surry County and flows S to join West Double Creek in forming Double Creek.|
|East Fayetteville||unincorporated outskirts of city of Fayetteville, central Cumberland County 1½ mi. E of Market House.|
|East Flat Rock||former town in central Henderson County. Alt. 2,214. Inc. 1926; charter repealed by local action, 1948, and by act of the General Assembly, 1949. Est. as a commercial adjunct to the residential community of Flat Rock, which see.|
|East Fork||community in S Transylvania County.|
|East Fork Chattooga River||rises in S Jackson County and flows S into South Carolina, where it enters Chattooga River.|
|East Fork Crabtree Creek||rises in S Mitchell County and flows NW into Crabtree Creek.|
|East Fork Creek||rises in E Beaufort County and flows S into Pamlico River.|
|East Fork Deep River||rises in W Guilford County and flows SE into High Point Lake, where it joins West Fork Deep River in forming Deep River.|
|East Fork French Broad River||rises in S Transylvania County and flows SW and NW into French Broad River.|
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