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Itinercommunity in E Harnett County.
Itomcommunity in central Rutherford County served by post office, 1887-1933.
Ivanhoecommunity in S Sampson County on Black River. Named in the 1880s for the hero in Sir Walter Scott's novel of the same name. Alt. 29. The Colton map, 1861, shows a community at the site named Black River. Corbetts Ferry there was taken by Gen. Richard Caswell on the eve of the Battle of Moores Creek Bridge. Corbetts Ferry appears on maps at the site through 1865. Black River Presbyterian Church, est. there in 1740, occupies a building erected in 1859.
Ivestor GapS Haywood County on the head of Little East Fork Pigeon River.
Ivestor RidgeS Haywood County between Grassy Cove Prong and Dark Prong.
Ivory Crossroadscommunity in E Franklin County.
Ivory RidgeW Watauga County, extends NE from Hockiday Ridge S of Rush Branch.
Ivory Swamprises in N Wayne County and flows NE into Wilson County, where it enters Contentnea Creek.
Ivycommunity in E Madison County on Little Ivy Creek. Alt. 2,150. A post office existed there from 1833. Named by early settlers because of the abundance of laurel, which they called ivy.
Ivy Creekis formed in N Buncombe County by the junction of North Fork Ivy Creek and Dillingham Creek and flows W into Madison County (doubling back into Buncombe County at one point), where it joins Little Ivy Creek at the county line to form Ivy River.