|Vincent||community in N Alamance County served by post office, 1889-96.|
|Vine Swamp||rises in E Lenoir County and flows E into Jones County, where it enters Beaver Creek. Named prior to the Revolution for the Vine family, which settled nearby.|
|Vinegar Hill||community in SE Beaufort County.|
|Vineland||See Southern Pines; Whiteville.|
|Vineyard Creek||rises in E Clay County and flows S into Shooting Creek.|
|Vineyard Mountain||S Clay County. Alt. approx. 4,900. An Englishman is said to have covered the mountain with grapevines, but his vineyard failed to prosper and he returned to England.|
|Vineyard Mountain||W Randolph County just W of Caraway Mountain in a close group with Black Jack, Slick Rock, and Prickly Pear Mountains.|
|Vinson Store||former community in E Wayne County near West Bear Creek.|
|Viola||community in S Pender County served by post office, 1882-1901.|
|Violet||community in W Cherokee County on Sular Creek between Swansee and Morrow Gaps. Served by post office, 1909-33.|
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