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Fulp Creekrises in NE Forsyth County and flows N into Redbank Creek.
Fultona small community in E Davie County on the Yadkin River. Inc. 1819, but active only a short time in municipal affairs, if at all. Site laid off in town lots when attempts were made to improve navigation on the Yadkin River. Post office est. 1822. Probably named for Hamilton Fulton (d. 1834), state engineer, who was employed in connection with many internal-improvement projects. A native of England, Fulton arrived in North Carolina in July 1819.
Fulton TownshipSE Davie County.
Funnel Topa peak in W central Graham County between Santeetlah Gap and Santeetlah Lake. Alt. approx. 3,200.
Funneltop Mountainin N Transylvania County between Billy Branch and Shooting Ridge.
Funstoncommunity in E central Brunswick County.
Fuquay SpringsSee Fuquay-Varina.
Fuquay-Varinatown in SW Wake County N of Harnett County line. Settled prior to 1860. Inc. 1909 as Fuquay Springs, taking its name from David and Stephen Fuquay, early settlers. In 1963 merged with nearby town of Varina, which see, and assumed its present name. Produces tobacco, electronics equipment, apparel, and dairy products. Alt. 350.
Fur CreekSee Far Creek.
Furchescommunity on the Alleghany-Ashe county line.