|Uno||community in central Henderson County on Clear Creek.|
|Upchurch||community in W Wake County. Named for William B. Upchurch, around whose farm the community grew after a railway station was built there. Upchurch is said to have built first flue-cure tobacco barn in Wake County.|
|Upchurch Pond||on Rockfish Creek, E Hoke and W Cumberland Counties. Approx. 5 mi. long.|
|Upland||community in SW Chatham County.|
|Upper Bartons Creek||rises in NW Wake County NW of community of Leesville and flows NE into Neuse River W of mouth of Lower Bartons Creek. Formerly called Great Elliby and Little Elliby.|
|Upper Beaverdam Creek||rises in W Scotland County and flows SE into Richmond Millpond (Gum Swamp Creek).|
|Upper Broad Creek||rises in NE Craven County on the Craven-Pamlico county line and flows SW along the line into Neuse River. Appears as Broad Creek on the Moseley map, 1733; mentioned in local records as early as 1723. Sometimes referred to in eighteenth century local records as Ashes Creek.|
|Upper Campbellton||See Fayetteville.|
|Upper Conetoe Township||former township in E Edgecombe County, now township no. 3.|
|Upper Creek||rises in NW Burke County and flows S and SE to join Irish Creek in forming Warrior Fork [Catawba River].|
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