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Frying Pan Shoalsin the Atlantic Ocean immediately off Cape Fear, the S tip of New Hanover County. Appears on the Collet map, 1770.
Frying Pan, TheE 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.
Fryingpan Bendin Roanoke River in N Martin County.
Fryingpan Gapon 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.
Fryingpan Mountainin Haywood and Transylvania Counties. Part of Pisgah Ridge, N of Beech Knob in Pisgah National Forest.
Fuda Creekrises 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."
Fulbright Covecentral Haywood County 1 mi. N of Lake Junaluska.
Fulcher Branchrises in S Macon County and flows W into Little Tennessee River.
Fulcher LandingS Onslow County on New River, now the principal landing at the community of Sneads Ferry, which see.
Fulcher MountainN Surry County between Fisher River and Buck Mountain.