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James Mill CreekSee Staffords Creek.
James-TownSee Jamesville.
JamestonSee Jamesville.
Jamestowntown in SW Guilford County. Settled 1752 and named for James Mendenhall, an early settler whose first name was chosen in Quaker fashion to avoid ostentation. Inc. 1816; rechartered 1947. Produces baked goods, corrugated boxes, and textiles. Home to Oakdale Cotton Mills, continuously operating since 1865. Alt. 779.
Jamestown TownshipSW Guilford County.
Jamesvilletown in E Martin County on Roanoke River. Est. 1785 as James Town; inc. 1832 as Jameston; name changed to Jamesville, 1855. Alt. 47.
Jamesville TownshipNE Martin County.
Jane Cantrell Creekrises in S Transylvania County and flows NW into South Prong [Glady Fork].
Jane KnobE Macon County between Brown Creek and Corbin Creek.
Jane Otter Branchrises in NW Macon County and flows NW into Otter Creek.