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Sandy Huss Creekrises in N Carteret County and flows approx. 1 mi. SW into Adams Creek on the Craven County line. Perhaps named for the fish, amiatus calva, a dogfish sometimes also known as huss.
Sandy Inletformer inlet between Topsail Sound and Atlantic Ocean, SE Pender County. Appears on the Moseley map, 1733; closed soon after 1775.
Sandy John RidgeN Haywood County between Big Creek and Pigeon River.
Sandy LandingSE Beaufort County on the W side of South Creek.
Sandy Mushcommunity in NW Buncombe County near the junction of Clark Branch and Sandy Mush Creek. Took its name from the creek.
Sandy Mushcommunity in S Rutherford County near the head of Holland Creek.
Sandy Mush Baldon Newfound Mountain at the junction of Buncombe, Haywood, and Madison county lines. Alt. 5,152. Took its name from the nearby creek.
Sandy Mush Creekrises near Wade Gap in NW Buncombe County and flows NE into French Broad River, forming a part of the Buncombe-Madison county line. Named by an early hunting party when sand from the creek water got into the mush they were cooking for supper.
Sandy Mush TownshipW Buncombe County.
Sandy Mush Townshipformer township in SW Madison County, now township no. 6.