|Halifax District||at the time of the 1790 census, was composed of Caswell, Chatham, Granville, Orange, Randolph, and Wake Counties.|
|Halifax Township||E Halifax County.|
|Hall||community on Scotts Creek in N Jackson County.|
|Hall Creek||rises in SW tip of Burke County and flows N into Silver Creek.|
|Hall Knob||SW Burke County. Alt. approx. 1,850.|
|Hall Mountain||N Macon County in a bend of Little Tennessee River.|
|Hall Pocosin||N Gates County.|
|Hall Point||extends from mainland of NE Carteret County into mouth of Thorofare Bay.|
|Hall Pond||near the head of Little Beaverdam Creek in W Duplin County.|
|Hall Swamp||community in W Beaufort County.|
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