|Gum Pond||swamp in Grindle Pocosin in N Pitt County.|
|Gum Swamp||SE Beaufort and NW Pamlico Counties.|
|Gum Swamp||rises in W Columbus County and flows SE to join Beaverdam Swamp in forming Monie Swamp.|
|Gum Swamp||rises in E Duplin County and flows SW into Limestone Creek.|
|Gum Swamp||rises in S Hoke County and flows SE into Robeson County, where it enters Lumber River.|
|Gum Swamp||rises in NW Jones County W of the town of Dover and flows NW into Craven County, where it enters Tracey Swamp. Formerly both were known as Gum Swamp. Two Civil War engagements took place on Gum Swamp, one on April 28, 1863, and the other on May 22, 1863. The first engagement is called by various names, including Wise's (Wyse's) Crossroads, Dover Crossroads, and First Gum Swamp.|
|Gum Swamp||rises in SE Martin County and flows S into Beaufort County, where it enters Latham Creek.|
|Gum Swamp||rises in NE Pender County and flows S into Angola Creek.|
|Gum Swamp||rises in W Pitt County and flows SE into Swift Creek.|
|Gum Swamp||rises in N Tyrrell County and flows NE into Albemarle Sound.|
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