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Garrenton's IslandSee Garlington's Island.
Garrett Creekrises in central Haywood County and flows NW into Jonathans Creek. Named for W. G. B. Garrett (ca. 1845-1925), who owned land and had a ranger's cabin there.
Garretts GapW Haywood County, Great Smoky Mountains National Park near lat. 35°32'55" N., long. 83°08'25" W. on Cataloochee Divide.
Garringer Branchrises in SE Cherokee County and flows SE into Little Brasstown Creek.
GarrisonSee Fennimore.
Garrison Branchrises in W Macon County and flows SW into Nantahala Lake.
Garrison Pointpoint of land on the S side of Pamlico River, central Beaufort County near the mouth of Durham Creek. A fort or garrison was erected there in 1711 during the Tuscarora War. See also Durham Creek.
Garysburgtown in W Northampton County. Inc. 1891. Known as Garys in 1833 but changed to Garysburg after the post office there received the name in 1838. Alt. 145. Peebles Tavern and Blakely's Depot were nearby communities in the early nineteenth century, but they were supplanted by Garysburg. Strategically important during Civil War as convergence of two railroads. Site of Camp Beauregard, which see.
Gash Creekrises in E Transylvania County and flows SE into French Broad River.
Gashes Creekrises in central Buncombe County and flows NW into Swannanoa River.


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