|Queen||See Love Joy.|
|Queen Anne's Creek||rises in S Chowan County and flows SW into the E side of Edenton Bay. Known as Mattacomack Creek prior to about 1712. The present name appears in local records as early as 1712. See also Pembroke Creek.|
|Queen Anne's Town||See Edenton.|
|Queen Branch||rises in N Macon County and flows SW into Little Tennessee River.|
|Queen Creek||rises in S Haywood County and flows E into West Fork Pigeon River.|
|Queen Creek||rises in NW Henderson County and flows SE into South Fork.|
|Queen Creek Mountain||NW Henderson County, extends SE from Yellow Gap to Buttermilk Mountain. Alt. 3,650.|
|Queen Inlet||See Mason Inlet.|
|Queen Mountain||SE Macon County between Sassafras Gap and Big Creek.|
|Queen Ridge||extends NE between Snowbird and Squally Creeks in W Graham County.|
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