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Clarendon Countyone of 3 counties (Albemarle and Craven being the other two) set up in 1664 by the Lords Proprietors of Carolina. It embraced the territory around the mouth of Cape Fear River (then known as Charles River). Named for Edward Hyde (1609-74), Earl of Clarendon, one of the Lords Proprietors. See also Charles Town, a settlement that existed in the colony, 1662-65.
Clarendon RiverSee Cape Fear River.
Clargeons CreekSee Yeopim Creek.
Clarissacommunity in E Mitchell County on Cane Creek.
Clarkcommunity in W Haywood County.
Clark Branchrises in W Swain County and flows SE into Fontana Lake.
Clark Branchrises near Yellow Mountain in NW Buncombe County and flows SE into Sandy Mush Creek.
Clark Branchrises in N central Buncombe County and flows NW into Flat Creek.
Clark Creekon Goose Creek Island, NE Pamlico County, flows NW between Mouse Harbor on the E and Pamlico River on the w.
Clark Creekrises in S Watauga County and flows N into Dutch Creek.