|Quiet||community in N Moore County served by post office, 1883-1905. Ten mi. W was Noise, which see.|
|Quillaree Branch||rises in NE Swain County and flows SE into Straight Fork.|
|Quillen Mountain||on the Transylvania County, N.C.-Greenville County, S.C., line near the head of Pole Ridge Branch.|
|Quincy||community in N Onslow County served by post office, 1893-1903.|
|Quinerly||community in S Pitt County.|
|Quinine||community in S Randolph County served by post office, 1890-1921.|
|Quinine Swamp||rises in NW Bertie County and flows SE into Roanoke River.|
|Quinn Creek||rises in W Cherokee County and flows NW into Shoal Creek.|
|Quinn's Ferry||See Irvinsville.|
|Quioccosin Swamp||rises in N central Bertie County and flows NW into Stony Creek.|
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