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Jake HollowW Mitchell County on a tributary of Pigeonroost Creek.
Jake RidgeSE Clay County between Jake Branch and Muskrat Branch.
JalongSee Longhurst.
James Branchrises in E Haywood County and flows NW into Cove Creek.
James Cathey's CreekSee Kerr Creek; Sloans Creek.
James Citycommunity in central Craven County on Neuse River near its junction with Trent River approx. 1½ mi. S of city of New Bern. Alt. 10. Settled 1865. Named for Capt. Horace James, former Union chaplain, who supervised a freedmen's colony at the site.
James Creekrises in SE Moore County and flows NE into Little River. Named for James McNeill, an early settler.
James Creekrises in NE Pamlico County on N Goose Creek Island and flows NE into Pamlico River.
James CreekSee Fiddler Creek.
James Iredell Housefocal point of Historic Edenton State Historic Site, S Chowan County. Situated on approx. 2 acres. The Iredell house, built about 1759, is included in the area and open to the public as a historic house museum.