|Panacea Springs||See Panacea.|
|Panauuaioc||Indian village site shown on the De Bry map, 1590, in what is now Beaufort County near the head of Pamlico River on its S bank.|
|Pancake Branch||rises in W Avery County and flows NW into North Toe River.|
|Panhandle Creek||rises in S Madison County and flows NW into French Broad River.|
|Pant||community in NE Haywood County served by post office, 1884-1905.|
|Pantego||town in NE Beaufort County on Pantego Creek. Alt. 7. A post office since 1825. Inc. 1881.|
|Pantego Creek||rises in Dismal Swamp, E Beaufort County, and flows S and E into Pungo River. It is also fed by several canals draining from the swamp. Appears on the Moseley map, 1733.|
|Pantego Swamp||E Beaufort County.|
|Pantego Township||NE Beaufort County.|
|Panther Branch||rises in N Buncombe County and flows SW into French Broad River.|
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