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John Newton Branchrises in central Cherokee County and flows S into Pace Branch.
Newtoncity and county seat, in central Catawba County. Alt. 996. Authorized to be laid out in 1845, inc. 1855. Named for Isaac Newton Wilson, son of Nathaniel Wilson and member of the General Assembly in 1842. He introduced the bill to create Catawba County. Produces textiles, furniture, hosiery, apparel, and paper boxes.
Newtoncommunity in E Northampton County. Known first as Miami, later as Liverman, and finally by its present name.
NewtonSee Wilmington.
Newton BaldN Swain County in Great Smoky Mountains National Park, lat. 35°32'39" N., long. 83°21'32" W. Alt. 5,142.
Newton Grovetown in N Sampson County. Alt. 185. A post office, Coxe's Store, est. in the vicinity in 1825; discontinued 1849, when Newton Grove post office est. Inc. as Newton Grove, 1879; reincorporated, 1935.
Newton Grove TownshipN Sampson County.
Newton Townshipcentral Catawba County.
Sam Newton Branchrises in central Cherokee County and flows NW into Valley River.
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