|Youngs Creek||rises in S Iredell County S of Troutman and flows SW into Rocky Creek. Now largely covered by Lake Norman.|
|Youngs Creek||rises in NW Rutherford County and flows E into Cedar Creek.|
|Youngs Cross Roads||See Maysville.|
|Youngs Island||a loam island approx. 2 mi. long and ¾ mi. wide, in Pee Dee River, N Anson County.|
|Youngs Mountain||NW Rutherford County, extends NE parallel to Buffalo Creek. Alt. approx. 2,700.|
|Youngs Springs||community in SE Rockingham County; once a favorite rest area for liquid refreshment during horse-and-buggy days. Named for spring owner Robert Young.|
|Youngs Swamp||rises in NE Sampson County and flows NE into Goshen Swamp.|
|Youngsville||town in W Franklin County. Railroad name was Youngville. Alt. 449. Settled about 1839 and first known as Pacific. Inc. 1875. Named for John Young, local landowner. Produces apparel and furniture.|
|Youngsville Township||former township in SW Franklin County, now township no. 3. Earlier called Freemans Township.|
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