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Swan Pointthe NW point of Cedar Island in NE Carteret County.
Swan Pointextends from Bell Island in S Hyde County into Rose Bay.
Swan PointS Onslow County, extends into N Chadwick Bay. Appears as Swann Point in early county records.
Swan Ponda natural pond about 1½ mi. long in the Neuse River low grounds of SE Johnston County.
Swan Quarterformer town and present county seat, S Hyde County. Alt. 10. Settled prior to 1836, when it was made the county seat. Inc. 1903; charter repealed 1929. Believed to have been named for Samuel F. Swann, an early owner of the site.
Swan Quarter Bayin Pamlico Sound E of Bell Island in S Hyde County. See also Cecils Harbor.
Swan Quarter Islanda marsh island in Pamlico Sound, S Hyde County. Approx. 10 to 15 acres in area. See also Abigails Islands.
Swan Quarter TownshipSE Hyde County.
Swancreekcommunity in W Yadkin County. Named for the fact that wild geese, erroneously called swans, once lived on nearby streams.
Swanntown in SE Lee County. Inc. 1875 as Swann's Station; charter repealed 1877. Re incorporated as Swann's, 1911, but long inactive in municipal affairs. Named for Frederick Jones Swann, who settled there about 1815. Alt. 278.