|Kick Shin Creek||rises in central Surry County and flows E into Cody Creek.|
|Kidsville||community in E Lincoln County served by post office, 1882-1912.|
|Kies Mountain||S Randolph County.|
|Kiger||community in S Stokes County served by post office, 1890-1903.|
|Kilbart Slough||a short tidal creek in SW Brunswick County that joins the channel of the Intracoastal Waterway N of Hales Beach.|
|Kilby Branch||rises in N Haywood County and flows SE into Big Creek.|
|Kilby Branch||rises in N Wilkes County and flows S into Reddies River. Named for William Kilby, colonial settler.|
|Kilby Cove||S Cherokee County. An unnamed stream flowing through the cove forms the headwaters of the E fork of Cook Creek.|
|Kilby Creek||rises in SW Macon County and flows NE into Nantahala River.|
|Kilby Gap||on the Alexander-Wilkes county line in the Brushy Mountains. Named for William Kilby Jr., early nineteenth-century resident of the area. Alt. 1,540.|
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