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Kill'em Swamprises in SE Hertford County and flows NW into Chinkapin Creek.
Killets Creekrises in central Moore County and flows N into McLendons Creek. Named for William Killet, who settled in the area about 1766.
Killian Branchrises near Killian Knob in central Buncombe County and flows SE into Beaverdam Creek. Probably named for Daniel Killian, friend and host of Bishop Francis Asbury in his travels, 1803.
Killian Knobcentral Buncombe County near Gooch Peak N of Asheville.
Killian KnobW Haywood County between Mitchell Cove and Riddle Cove.
Killians Creekrises in S Catawba County and flows S through E Lincoln County and into NE Gaston County, where it joins Leepers Creek in forming Dutchmans Creek. Appears as Killings Creek on the Collet map, 1770.
Killings CreekSee Killians Creek.
Killpecker RidgeNW Swain County in Great Smoky Mountains National Park, a spur extending SE from Jenkins Trail Ridge.
KillquickSee Lawrence.
Kilmer Memorial ForestSee Joyce Kilmer Memorial Forest.


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