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Commissary Branchrises in S Transylvania County and flows NW into Little River.
Commissary HillS Yancey County approx. 9/10 mi. SE of Mount Mitchell. Alt. 5,780. Named for a commissary located there by the Carolina Spruce Lumber Company during lumbering operations in the early 1900s.
Commissary RidgeS Yancey County between Mount Mitchell and Commissary Hill.
Commissioner GapS Macon County between Rich Knob and Commissioners Creek.
Commissioners Creekrises in S Macon County and flows SE into Little Tennessee River. Likely named in honor of the commissioners who surveyed the North Carolina-Georgia state line in 1819.
Comotown in N Hertford County. First known as Buckhorn. Post office est. in 1883 was named Como for Lake Como in Italy. Inc. 1967.
Company Millscommunity in NE Guilford County served by post office, 1873-1903.
Company ShopsSee Burlington.
Compass Bald MountainNE Clay County at the head of Compass Creek. Alt. 3,296.
Compass Creekrises in central Nash County, flows SE into Edgecombe County, and enters Tar River 1 mi. E of Edgecombe-Nash county line.