|Hadley's Mill Pond||See Contentnea Lake.|
|Hadleys Mill||community in central Chatham County on Landum Creek. An early nineteenth-century post office was there. Old mill still standing but not in use.|
|Hadnot Creek||rises in W Carteret County and flows about 5 mi. SW into White Oak River. Named for an early settler.|
|Hadnot Point||in central Onslow County at the junction of Wallace Creek and New River. The headquarters and hospital of Camp Lejeune Marine Corps Air Station are there. Said to have been named for Charles Hadnot, an early settler.|
|Hagaman||community in N central Caldwell County. Named for Hagaman family, large landowners in the vicinity.|
|Hagaman||See Brushy Fork.|
|Hagan Creek||rises in S Surry County and flows SE into Yadkin River.|
|Hagan Fork||rises in central Catawba County and flows NE into McLin Creek.|
|Hagers||community in E Lincoln County served by post office, 1889-1903.|
|Hagers Mountain||N Person County between Fishing Branch and Mitchell Creek.|
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