|Kimbolton||community in N Chatham County served by post office, 1859-1923.|
|Kimesville||community in W Alamance and E Guilford Counties. Settled about 1745; a mill there dates from about 1788. Named for the Keim (Kime) family, a pioneer German family in the area.|
|Kimsey Bald||on the Clay-Macon county line.|
|Kimsey Cove||NE Cherokee County in the Valley River Mountains. An unnamed stream flowing through the cove empties into Vengeance Creek.|
|Kimsey Cove||W Macon County at the head of Gibby Branch.|
|Kimsey Creek||rises in S Buncombe County and flows SW into Henderson County, where it enters Cane Creek. A large lime deposit along Kimsey Creek is now used for crushed stone.|
|Kimsey Creek||rises in SW Macon County and flows NE into Nantahala River.|
|Kimsey Gap||S Macon County between Allison Creek and Jones Creek.|
|Kimsey Ridge||S Clay County, extends NE in an arc from Sweetwater Gap to Sweetwater Creek.|
|Kinack||a name appearing on the Ogilby map, 1671, for the land now in Craven County between Upper Broad Creek and Swift Creek.|
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