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Busickcommunity in NE Guilford County. Alt. approx. 850.
Busickcommunity in SE Yancey County on Three Forks Creek. Post office serving the community in the late nineteenth century was named Three Forks.
Bussels Creekrises in S Wilkes County and flows NE into Hunting Creek.
Buster Hall Branchrises in W Duplin County and flows S into Stewarts Creek.
ButcherSee Stony Knoll.
Bute Countywas formed from Granville County in 1764; named in honor of John Stuart (1713-92), Earl of Bute, who until his resignation in 1763 had been First Lord of the Treasury. The county was divided in 1779 to form Franklin and Warren Counties. The courthouse was ordered to be built on Jethro Sumner's land at a place called Buffalo Race Path; the site is in Warren County approx. 6 mi. SE of Warrenton. See also St. John's Parish, Granville County.
ButlerSee Oakland.
Butler Creekrises in W Surry County and flows SE into North Fork Mitchell River.
Butler GapE Yancey County near the head of Long Branch.
Butler IslandNE Tyrrell County in the mouth of Alligator Creek.