|Raminger Creek||rises in S Cherokee County and flows NE into Nottely River.|
|Ramoth||former town in central Buncombe County. Inc. 1889; name changed to Woolsey in 1903. Became a part of Asheville in 1905.|
|Ramp Branch||rises in N central Avery County and flows NE into Elk River.|
|Ramp Cove||NE Cherokee County in the Valley River Mountains. Named because ramps grow abundantly there.|
|Ramp Cove Branch||rises in NE Cherokee County and flows NW through Ramp Cove and Big Cove into Vengeance Creek.|
|Ramsaytown||community in N Yancey County on Cane River S of Sugarloaf Mountain. Alt. 2,141.|
|Ramseur||town in E Randolph County on Deep River. Known as Allen's Fall prior to 1878; named Columbia after 1878, when Deep River Mills est. Inc. 1895 as Ramseur in honor of Stephen D. Ramseur (1837-64), Confederate major general with whom William H. Watkins, one of the local mill owners, had been associated during the Civil War. Alt. 442.|
|Ramsey||community in S tip of Burke County on headwaters of Jacob Fork.|
|Ramsey Bend||in the Hiwassee River in central Cherokee County.|
|Ramsey Creek||rises in S Iredell County and flows W into Catawba River.|
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