|Fain Cove||E Cherokee County, through which a short tributary of Slow Creek flows.|
|Fain Mountain||central Cherokee County, extends NE from Laurel Creek.|
|Fair Bluff||town in W Columbus County on a bluff overlooking Lumber River. Authorized to be laid off on the lands of John Wooton at Fair Bluff in 1807 and to be known as Wootonton. The new name apparently was not adopted, as Fair Bluff appears on the Price map, 1808, and on the MacRae map, 1833. Reincorporated in 1873 as Fair Bluff. Alt. 69.|
|Fair Bluff Township||W Columbus County.|
|Fair Grounds, The||See Ellerbe.|
|Fair Grove||See Cedar Lodge.|
|Fair Grove||community in NW Randolph County.|
|Fair Mountain||S Watauga County on the head of Laurel Creek.|
|Fairfax||community in NW Swain County on Lake Cheoah.|
|Fairfield||community in E Union County between Richardson Creek and Niggerhead Creek.|
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