|community in N Wilkes County near East Prong Roaring River.
|rises in NE Rutherford County and flows S into Duncans Creek.
|Chunky Gal Mountain
|SE Clay County, extending SE from Riley Knob to Big Laurel. Alt. 4,986. Named by slim Indian maidens who delighted in the capture (by her father) of a heavyset Indian lass who had run away to marry a young brave against her family's wishes.
|Chunky Pipe Creek
|rises in central Durham County and flows E into Little Lick Creek.
|central Buncombe County near the headwaters of Ross Creek.
|Chunn Cove Creek
|See Ross Creek.
|rises in central Clay County and flows S between Matlock Creek and Moores Branch into Tusquitee Creek.
|a peninsula in E Currituck County extending into Currituck Sound. Coinjock Bay lies between its W shore and the mainland of the county. It is 5 mi. long, 1 mi. wide. Shown as Emperors Island on the Comberford map, 1657; as White Island on the Ogilby map, 1671; and as Church Island on the Moseley map, 1733. The W portion of the peninsula is known as Piney Island.
|community in NE Warren County. Post office est. there in 1884 but discontinued in 1905.
|community in W Davidson County.