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WamplerSee Elk Shoal.
Wananishcommunity in N Columbus County served by post office, 1899-1972. Now within the limits of the town of Lake Waccamaw. It was to have been named Ouaniche for the Indian word meaning "land-locked salmon," but the spelling Wananish was preferred for the post office name.
Wanchesecommunity on the S end of Roanoke Island, E Dare County. Named for one of the two Indians taken to England by Philip Amadas and Arthur Barlowe in 1584. Produces packaged seafood. Alt. 10.
Wantland's FerrySee Jacksonville.
Warblerformer community in S Tyrrell County between Kilkenny and Kilkenny Landing. Now absorbed into the community of Kilkenny. Served by post office, 1917-32.
Ward Creekrises in E Carteret County and flows S into North River. Appears on the Moseley map, 1733.
Ward Creekrises in N Cleveland County and flows SW into First Broad River.
Ward Gapon the Burke-Cleveland county line.
Ward GapW Watauga County on the head of Phillips Branch.
Ward HollowW Watauga County, extends SW from Love Gap to Watauga River.