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Walkersvillecommunity in S central Union County on the E side of Cane Creek. Formerly known as Wilson's Old Store community. Shown on maps as Walkersville as early as 1886.
Walkertowncommunity in NE Buncombe County.
Walkertowncommunity in E Forsyth County. Robert Walker was living there as early as 1771; the community was named for him. Love's Meeting House (Methodist), built there in 1797, was visited by Bishop Francis Asbury in 1799. He was greatly impressed by its glass windows. Alt. 980.
Walkeyscommunity in SW Union County.
Walks, Theseries of immovable natural stepping stones below Flat Shoals of Watauga River near the Tennessee line in NW Watauga County. They are regularly placed across the river, and one may walk over them even when the stream is swollen, hence the name.
Walkupcommunity in SW Union County served by post office, 1885-1908. Also spelled Wauchope. William R. Davie's assault on Tories took place, 1780, on Wauchope plantation.
Walla Wattacommunity in N central Beaufort County, lat. 35°35' N., long. 76°52'15" W. Named by Surry Parker, local lumberman, for Wallace and Waters families, who lived here. Alt. 34.
Wallacetown in S Duplin County. Post office est. 1866. Alt. 51. Inc. 1873 as Duplin Roads. Name changed to Wallace in honor of Stephen D. Wallace, vice president of the Atlantic Coast Line Railroad, prior to 1899, in which year the town was reincorporated. Produces textiles.
Wallace Branchrises in central Lee County and flows NE into Lick Creek.
Wallace Branchrises in central Macon County and flows SE into Cartoogechaye Creek.