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ConeatSee Coniott Landing.
Coneby CreekSee Conaby Creek.
ConeghtaSee Conetoe.
Conetoe (cuh-NEAT-uh)town in SE Edgecombe County, inc. 1887. Known earlier as Warren's Station. Named for nearby Conetoe Creek. Produces tobacco, cotton, and peanuts. Alt. 49.
Conetoe Creekrises in E Edgecombe County and flows s, where it forms a part of the Edgecombe-Pitt county line. It then flows S and SW into Tar River in Pitt County. The Collet map, 1770, shows Great Coneghta Pocosin as a swampy area on the W side of present-day Conetoe Creek in Edgecombe County. The name appears in county records as early as 1745.
Coney Creekrises in SE Caswell County near Ridgeville and flows N into North Hyco Creek. Coney is an old word for rabbit.
Coneyhoe CreekSee Conoho Creek.
Confederate Memorial Forestin Pisgah National Forest along the Haywood-Transylvania county line on the West Fork Pigeon River and the Blue Ridge Parkway. Dedicated July 12, 1942. Sponsored by the N.C. United Daughters of the Confederacy, the forest contains 125 acres planted with 125,000 red spruce and balsam trees.
Cong Branchrises in W Sampson County and flows S into Little Coharie Creek.
Congletoncommunity in NE Pitt County at the head of Great Branch. Inc. 1885 as Keelsville, with members of both the Congleton and Keel families appointed temporary officers. The name, however, was not adopted, nor was a municipal government continued.