|Kellumtown||a community of African Americans in SE Onslow County. Made up largely of people formerly living on land that became Camp Lejeune Marine Corps Air Station.|
|Kelly||community in SE Bladen County. Formerly known also as Centerville and Hungry Neck.|
|Kelly||community in central Moore County.|
|Kelly Cove||N Macon County on a tributary of Burningtown Creek.|
|Kelly Creek||rises in SE Henderson County 1½ mi. SW of Saluda and flows SE into Pacolet River. Lake Kelly, which see, is on Kelly Creek.|
|Kelly Mountain||S Transylvania County between Tower Creek and Cantrell Creek. Alt. approx. 2,980.|
|Kelly Ridge||N Macon County between Shope Cove and Kelly Cove.|
|Kellys Creek||rises in S Pender County and flows W into Rileys Creek.|
|Kellys Pond||on Southwest Creek in E Lenoir County. Formed in or prior to 1738 by a man named Marshall. Covers 312 acres; max. depth 10 ft.|
|Kellyville||community in SW Mecklenburg County served by post office, 1876-87.|
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