|Venable||community in S Surry County served by post office, 1880-1905.|
|Vengeance Creek||rises in NE Cherokee County and flows NW into Valley River.|
|Veni||community in SW Halifax County served by post office, 1889-1907.|
|Venters||community in S Pitt County.|
|Venus||community in SE Ashe County served by post office, 1889-1905.|
|Vera Cruz Shoal||NE Carteret County, partly obstructs Ocracoke Inlet. Known during the eighteenth century as Dry Sand Shoal for the fact that it was never covered by water except during a hurricane.|
|Verd||community in SW Madison County.|
|Vernon||community in N Ashe County served by post office, 1892-1907.|
|Verona||community in central Onslow County. Named as a means of honoring Vera McIntyre, whose husband was one of the builders of the Wilmington and Onslow Railroad. A post office, Aman's Store, was est. in 1854. With the construction of the railroad and the establishment of Verona, the post office was moved there in 1894 and the name was changed. Alt. 49.|
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