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Taylors Creekrises in SW Duplin County and flows SE into Duffs Creek.
Taylors Creekrises in NW Franklin County and flows N into Tar River.
Taylors Creekrises in E Gaston County and flows SE into Dutchmans Creek.
Taylors Creekrises in S central Randolph County and flows W into Caraway Creek.
Taylors Ferryoperated across the Roanoke River between Bertie County and Martin County. Appears on the Collet map, 1770, and known to have been in operation as late as 1833.
Taylors MillSee Tippetts Mill Pond.
Taylors Mill Pondon the head of Corduroy Swamp in central Northampton County; approx. ¾ mi. long.
Taylors Pondon the head of Reedy Branch in NW Duplin County.
Taylors Storecommunity in NW Nash County.
Taylorsvilletown and county seat, central Alexander County. Settled 1847; inc. 1851. Probably named for Zachary Taylor (1784-1850), whose defeat of Santa Anna early in 1847 ended the war in N Mexico; Taylor was president of the United States, 1849-50. Alt. 1,247. Produces textiles, furniture, and paper boxes.

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