|Gull Shore||See Gull Shoal.|
|Gulledge Township||S central Anson County.|
|Gulley's Mill||community in S Wake County.|
|Gulley's Mills||community in SE Wake County served by post office, 1878-1903.|
|Gulrock||See Gull Rock.|
|Gum Branch||rises in SW Gates County and flows NE into Taylor Millpond.|
|Gum Branch||rises in W Hoke County and flows SE into Rockfish Creek.|
|Gum Branch||rises in W Mecklenburg County and flows W into Long Creek.|
|Gum Branch||rises in SE Wilson County and flows NW into Whiteoak Swamp.|
|Gum Branch||community in N Onslow County between Cowhorn Swamp and Bachelors Swamp. Mentioned in local records as early as 1748. Served by post office, 1860-1903.|
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