|G. Newby's Ferry||See Belvidere.|
|Gabby Branch||rises in N Cherokee County and flows SW into Colvard Creek.|
|Gabes Branch||rises in S Nash County and flows NE into Henry Branch. Mentioned in local records as early as 1779.|
|Gabes Mountain Branch||rises in E central Avery County and flows S into Wilson Creek.|
|Gabourel's Bluff||was a name applied to an area on the W side of Cape Fear River in present NE Brunswick County. At one time, it was the property of Joshua Gabourel, attorney and a justice of the peace in New Hanover County in 1736. Known as Partridge's Bluff prior to 1735.|
|Gabriels Creek||rises in E Madison County and flows SW into Ivy River.|
|Gadd Creek||rises in W Polk County and flows S into Green River.|
|Gaddis Branch||rises in S Haywood County and flows N into Jonathans Creek.|
|Gaddy Township||S Robeson County.|
|Gaddy's Goose Pond||N central Anson County near Ansonville. Est. 1934 by Lockhart Gaddy when 9 geese were offered winter protection and food. Thousands of geese now winter there.|
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