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Established in the early 1870s to provide home sites for personnel of an English stock company that organized the Jamesville and Washington Railroad and Lumber Company, Dymond City, North Carolina existed as a veritable city in the woods. Originally called Waring, in honor of Richard Waring, one-time president of the J & W Company, Dymond City was once populated by over one hundred residents.