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Sitting Bear MountainNW Burke County. Alt. approx. 4,100.
Sittoncommunity in NW Henderson County on South Fork. Served by post office, 1888-1904, named for postmaster Silas Sitton.
Sitton Creekrises in NW Henderson County and flows SW into Seniard Creek.
Sitton Creekrises in N Transylvania County and flows SE into Boylston Creek.
Sitton KnobN Transylvania County at the SE end of Sitton Mountain.
Sitton MountainN Transylvania County, extends SE between North Prong Turkey Creek and Sitton Creek.
Six Forkscommunity in N Wake County near the head of Mine Creek where six roads come together; formerly called Tippers Crossroads.
Six Runscommunity in E Sampson County.
Six Runs Creekrises in NE Sampson County and flows S and SW to join Coharie River in forming Black River. Appears on the Collet map, 1770.
Sixmile Creekrises in SE Mecklenburg County and flows SW on the Mecklenburg-Union county line into South Carolina, where it enters Sugar Creek.