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Loyal CreekSee Riles Creek.
Loydcommunity in SW Lincoln County served by post office, 1885-1906.
Luartcommunity in central Harnett County.
Lucamatown in S Wilson County. Alt. 140. Known earlier as Lucas's Crossroads. Name derived about 1883, according to tradition, by Josephus Daniels, then editor of a newspaper in Wilson, from the initial letters of the names of three friends: Lucy, Carrie, and Mary Borden. Post office est. 1884. Inc. 1889.
Lucas Creekrises in SE Bladen County and flows SW into Cape Fear River.
Luciacommunity in NE Gaston County. Oak Grove, home of James Johnston, officer in the Revolutionary War and member of the Provincial Congress, the N.C. legislature, and the Convention of 1788, is 2 mi. e. The house, built in 1782, still stands.
Lucilecommunity in E Wilkes County served by post office, 1887-1905.
Luckcommunity in SW Madison County on Spring Creek.
LucknowSee Dunn.
Lucks Islandappears on the Comberford map, 1657, as the present Currituck Banks, E Currituck County. It was mentioned as the N limits of Carolina in the charter granted in 1663 to the 8 Lords Proprietors. See also Currituck Banks; Croatamung.