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Guptoncommunity in Franklin County. Alt. 300. Settled about 1898. Named for J. E. Gupton, local landowner.
Gurley Storecommunity in W Wayne County between Little River and Nahunta Swamp.
Gurleys Storecommunity in E central Rutherford County between Heaveners and Robinson Creeks.
Gusher Knobmountain in SW Avery County. Site of a plant for processing fine china clay.
Gut, Thecentral Craven County, a channel extending between Bachelor Creek and Neuse River forming the N boundary of Hog Island. Approx. 1 mi. long.
Gutches Creekrises in N Mitchell County and flows S into Little Rock Creek.
Guthriecommunity in E Forsyth County. In 1858 Jackson Guthries and two other men from Virginia settled there and began growing tobacco.
Guthrie Pointextends from the mainland of SW Carteret County into Bogue Sound.
Gutter Branchrises in W Mecklenburg County and flows W into Long Creek.
Guy KnobS Macon County between Mashburn Branch and Hayes Mill Creek.

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