|Kill'em Swamp||rises in SE Hertford County and flows NW into Chinkapin Creek.|
|Killets Creek||rises in central Moore County and flows N into McLendons Creek. Named for William Killet, who settled in the area about 1766.|
|Killian Branch||rises near Killian Knob in central Buncombe County and flows SE into Beaverdam Creek. Probably named for Daniel Killian, friend and host of Bishop Francis Asbury in his travels, 1803.|
|Killian Knob||central Buncombe County near Gooch Peak N of Asheville.|
|Killian Knob||W Haywood County between Mitchell Cove and Riddle Cove.|
|Killians Creek||rises in S Catawba County and flows S through E Lincoln County and into NE Gaston County, where it joins Leepers Creek in forming Dutchmans Creek. Appears as Killings Creek on the Collet map, 1770.|
|Killings Creek||See Killians Creek.|
|Killpecker Ridge||NW Swain County in Great Smoky Mountains National Park, a spur extending SE from Jenkins Trail Ridge.|
|Kilmer Memorial Forest||See Joyce Kilmer Memorial Forest.|
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