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Swindellcommunity in S Hyde County. A post office operated there, 1830-39.
Swindell Forkcommunity in central Hyde County.
Swinging Lick GapSW Macon County between Winding Stair Gap and Bryson Branch.
Swintoncommunity in N Moore County served by post office, 1888-1908.
Swisscommunity in W Yancey County on Bald Creek. Alt. 2,681. Named because the surrounding countryside suggested that of Switzerland.
Swopes Branchrises in E Cabarrus County and flows SE into Little Buffalo Creek.
Sycamore Creekrises in central Franklin County and flows SW into Tar River.
Sycamore Creekrises in NW Wake County and flows W and S along the Durham-Wake county line for a part of its course and then SE in Wake County into Turkey Creek.
Sylvatown and county seat, central Jackson County. Inc. 1889. Settled in 1861; named for William D. Sylva, a Dane employed as a carpenter by Gen. E. R. Hampton, who constructed buildings at the site. Produces paper, electronics, and textiles. Alt. 2,047. See also Webster, which was the county seat until 1913.
Sylva TownshipN central Jackson County.