|E Madison County between Holland Branch and Middle Fork.
|W Transylvania County between Stone Mountain and Cedar Rock Creek.
|rises in S Caswell County and flows SE into Alamance County, where it enters Haw River.
|on Bradley Creek in NW Henderson County.
|community in W Bladen County. Butters Lumber Company was located there. Alt. 111.
|rises in NW Halifax County and flows SW into Bear Swamp.
|W central Halifax County.
|a loam-filled bay in N Columbus County.
|rises in NW Columbus County and flows SW into Dunn Swamp.
|community on Hatteras Island, SE Dare County. One of the most thickly populated sections of the Outer Banks. Formerly known as The Cape (for Cape Hatteras), but the post office was changed to Buxton, 1882. Named for Judge Ralph P. Buxton (1826-1900).