|See Grants Creek; Macay's Mill.
|appears on the Collet map, 1770, as being near the mouth of Hunting Creek in present W Davie County. Undoubtedly owned by John Frohock (d. 1772), colonial official.
|rises in SE Jackson County and flows NE into Panthertown Creek.
|Frost Mill Creek
|rises in N Davie County and flows E into Dutchmans Creek. Formerly known as Sweet Creek, and as such appears in numerous early local records.
|Frost's Iron Works
|former community in SW Stokes County. A post office from 1829 to 1836; iron foundry flourished there about 1850-60.
|mountain in W central Buncombe County. Alt. 4,576.
|rises in S Transylvania County and flows sw, then SE into Toxaway Creek.
|on the Madison County, N.C.-Unicoi County, Tenn., line.
|in S Transylvania County E of Frozen Creek.
|S Transylvania County on Frozen Creek.