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Youngs Creekrises in S Iredell County S of Troutman and flows SW into Rocky Creek. Now largely covered by Lake Norman.
Youngs Creekrises in NW Rutherford County and flows E into Cedar Creek.
Youngs Cross RoadsSee Maysville.
Youngs Islanda loam island approx. 2 mi. long and ¾ mi. wide, in Pee Dee River, N Anson County.
Youngs MountainNW Rutherford County, extends NE parallel to Buffalo Creek. Alt. approx. 2,700.
Youngs Springscommunity in SE Rockingham County; once a favorite rest area for liquid refreshment during horse-and-buggy days. Named for spring owner Robert Young.
Youngs Swamprises in NE Sampson County and flows NE into Goshen Swamp.
Youngsvilletown 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 Townshipformer township in SW Franklin County, now township no. 3. Earlier called Freemans Township.
YoungvilleSee Youngsville.


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