|Garbacon Creek||rises in N Carteret County and flows N into Neuse River.|
|Garden City||community in central New Hanover County. Alt. 15. Settled about 1912. Named for natural beauty of area.|
|Garden City||See Pleasant Gardens.|
|Garden Creek||rises in E Haywood County and flows NE into Pigeon River. One of the earliest settlements in the county was at a wide bottom on the stream, which still is known by its earliest name, Garden Farm.|
|Garden Creek||rises in N Wilkes County in Doughton Park and flows E into East Prong Roaring River.|
|Garden Farm||See Garden Creek.|
|Garden Hill||former community in S Guilford County S of Sedgefield near Groometown. Site of Gardiner Hill Gold Mine. Both the community and the mine were deserted after the 1849 gold rush in California.|
|Garden Township||E Wilson County. Named for Jack Gardner, prominent local merchant in the mid-nineteenth century.|
|Gardner's Branc||rises in E Wilson County and flows N into Town Creek.|
|Gardners Creek||rises in E Martin County and flows NE into Devils Gut.|
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