|community in SE Stokes County.
|town in N Halifax County. Inc. 1901.
|rises in N Halifax County and flows SE into Roanoke River. Name believed to be a Tuscarora Indian word. A stone aqueduct, part of the pre-Civil War Roanoke Navigation Canal, remains over the creek. It appears as Chocolate Creek on the Collet map, 1770.
|See Chockoyotte Creek.
|rises in SE Guilford County and flows NE into Stinking Quarter Creek.
|Chocolate Drop Mountain
|See Foster Mountain.
|town in W Beaufort County. Known as Godleys Crossroads until renamed for nearby creek. Inc. 1917; charter repealed 1947; reincorporated 1959. Railroad station name was Marsden, adopted in 1917 for Marsden J. Perry, a railroad official. Alt. 35.
|formed by the mouth of Chocowinity Creek in Pamlico River, W Beaufort County.
|rises in SW Beaufort County and flows N into Chocowinity Bay and Pamlico River. Called Worsley Creek on the Collet map, 1770; by 1808 (Price's map) it was called by its present name, though MacRae's map in 1833 called it Chocowinity Swamp. The name is said to be Indian in origin and to mean "fish from many waters."
|See Chocowinity Creek.