|Hall Top||central Haywood County on Chestnut Flat Ridge.|
|Hall Township||W Gates County. Formerly known as Scratch Hall Township; origin of name unknown.|
|Hall's Branch||rises in E Wake County and flows SW into Little River below Moore's Mill.|
|Hall's Creek||rises in E Onslow County and flows SW into Queens Creek. Named for early settlers Edward and/or Thomas Hall. Also known as Hotel Creek.|
|Hall's Gut||a drain in E central Hertford County that empties into Chowan River.|
|Hallback Mountain||S Yancey County approx. 1 mi. W of Mount Mitchell. Alt. 6,400 ft.|
|Hallow||See Mount Airy.|
|Halloway||community in central Durham County.|
|Hallowing Point||extends from the mainland of central Craven County at New Bern into the Neuse-Trent River estuary opposite Union Point. Appears on the Lawson map, 1709, and the Moll map, 1729.|
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