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Wade Creekrises in E Carteret County and flows S approx. 1 mi. into Jarrett Bay. Formerly also known as Willis Creek.
Wade Gapin Newfound Mountain on Buncombe-Haywood county line near the headwaters of Sandy Mush Creek.
Wade Pointextends from S Pasquotank County into Albemarle Sound. Appears as Wades Point on the Moseley map, 1733. It lies between Big Flatty Creek and the Pasquotank River.
Wade's Shorea bay on the N side of Shackle ford Banks, S Carteret County. A former whaling settlement by the same name existed there.
Wades Pointpoint of land in E Beaufort County on the N side of Pamlico River at the W side of the mouth of Pungo River, lat. 35°23'18" N., long. 76°34'35" W. See also Moores Beach. Appears as Battis Point on the Comberford map, 1657.
Wadesborotown and county seat, central Anson County. Authorized to be est. 1783 as county seat. Called New Town until 1787, when it was changed to Wadesboro to honor Col. Thomas Wade, Revolutionary War patriot and brother-in-law of Patrick Boggan, pioneer settler. Alt. 423. Scientists from all over the United States and Europe gathered there in 1900 to view a total eclipse of the sun. Produces hosiery, textiles, wooden boxes, bricks, hoists, medical supplies, and food products.
Wadesboro City PondS central Anson County on Jones Creek. Formed 1938. Covers 75 acres, with a max. depth of 25 ft. Municipal water supply, fishing, and boating.
Wadesboro Townshipcentral Anson County.
Wadevillecommunity in S Montgomery County. Est. 1872 and named for Wade brothers, who operated a store there in which the first post office was est. in 1878. Post office closed 1955. Alt. 558.
Wading Branch RidgeN Haywood County parallel to Dicks Branch.