|Kendal||community in S Wilkes County served by post office, 1895-1914.|
|Kendall Beach||community on Neuse River in SW Pamlico County. Developed after World War I by a man named Kendall.|
|Kendrick Crossroad||community in SW Mecklenburg County.|
|Kendricks Creek||rises in East Dismal Swamp, central Washington County, and flows approx. 9 mi. N into Albemarle Sound. Formerly called Mackeys Creek. The part of Kendricks Creek that is S of the town of Roper is sometimes called Mill Creek locally.|
|Kenilworth||former town in central Buncombe County. Inc. 1891; became a part of Asheville, 1905.|
|Kenly||town in E Johnston County. Settled about 1875; inc. 1887. Named for J. I. Kenly, an official of the Atlantic Coast Line Railroad. Alt. 220.|
|Kennebec||community in S Wake County. Named for a county in Maine.|
|Kennedy Creek||central Beaufort County. A short but rather wide stream at the W limit of Washington, N.C. It flows S into Pamlico River.|
|Kennedy Creek||rises in NE Cherokee County and flows NE and W into Worm Creek.|
|Kennedy Creek||rises in N Mecklenburg County and flows S into Sugar Creek.|
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