|Fairfield||town on the N shore of Lake Mattamuskeet in central Hyde County. Alt. 3. Inc. 1885. Said to have been named for "fair fields" of crops grown on adjacent reclaimed swampland.|
|Fairfield Falls||S Jackson County on Trays Island Creek near N edge of Fairfield Lake. Alt. approx. 3,200.|
|Fairfield Lake||S Jackson County on Trays Island Creek formed in 1910. Covers 100 acres; max. depth 40 ft. Used for fishing, swimming, and boating and as a power source. Not open to the public. See also Fairfield Falls.|
|Fairfield Ridge||SE Clay County between Scaly Ridge and Bear Pen Ridge.|
|Fairfield Township||N central Hyde County.|
|Fairly||community in central Scotland County.|
|Fairmont||town in S Robeson County. Known first as Ashpole for nearby Ashpole Swamp. Inc. 1899 as Union City; name changed to Ashpole, 1901, and to Fairmont, 1907.|
|Fairmont Township||S Robeson County.|
|Fairntosh||community in N Durham County. Named for the plantation of Duncan Cameron (1777-1853); house built in 1802 still stands. Former post office nearby was named Stagville. Alt. 284.|
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