|Frying Pan Shoals
|in the Atlantic Ocean immediately off Cape Fear, the S tip of New Hanover County. Appears on the Collet map, 1770.
|Frying Pan, The
|E Tyrrell County, is a large body of water roughly shaped like a frying pan. It flows SE into Alligator River. Appears on the Collet map, 1770.
|in Roanoke River in N Martin County.
|on the Haywood-Transylvania county line. Said to be so named because a frying pan was left there at a common camping ground for the use of all comers.
|in Haywood and Transylvania Counties. Part of Pisgah Ridge, N of Beech Knob in Pisgah National Forest.
|rises in SE Mecklenburg County and flows NE into Cabarrus County, where it enters Back Creek. Said locally to be named for a Scottish word, sometimes spelled "foody," meaning "slightly crazy."
|central Haywood County 1 mi. N of Lake Junaluska.
|rises in S Macon County and flows W into Little Tennessee River.
|S Onslow County on New River, now the principal landing at the community of Sneads Ferry, which see.
|N Surry County between Fisher River and Buck Mountain.