|Jack||community in NE Warren County. Post office est. there in 1901, but discontinued in 1905. Due to a shift in population, the community is dwindling, and the name is not widely known.|
|Jack Bradley Branch||rises in N Swain County and flows S into Beech Flats Prong.|
|Jack Cabin Branch||rises in S Jones County and flows NW into Trent River.|
|Jack Cove||NW Jackson County, formerly Schuler Cove. In 1956, on a 5,000-acre tract there, R. H. Kress est. the Jack Kress School and renamed Schuler Cove in honor of his late son. Operated as a trade school, there is a model farm and nursery; classes in forestry and various trades are conducted.|
|Jack Creek||rises in central Beaufort County and flows E into Nevil Creek.|
|Jack Creek||rises in E Beaufort County and flows NW into Pungo Creek.|
|Jack Creek||rises in NW Jackson County and flows SW into Tuckasegee River.|
|Jack Gap||central Buncombe County between Pine Knob and Bartlett Mountain.|
|Jack Island Swamp||W Duplin County on Nahunga Creek.|
|Jack Knob||E Macon County between Passmore Knob and Watauga Creek.|
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