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Statistics & Facts

The North Carolina state capital is Raleigh.
The population of Como is approximately 71 (1990), 91 (2010).
The approximate number of families is 32 (1990), 41 (2010).
The amount of land area in Como is 8.203 sq. kilometers.
The amount of surface water is 0.025 sq kilometers.
The distance from Como to Washington DC is 165 miles.
The distance to the North Carolina state capital is 104 miles. (as the crow flies)
Como is positioned 36.49 degrees north of the equator and 77.01 degrees west of the prime meridian.


There is no library or school in Como, but we do have a volunteer fire dept. and rescue squad.
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Como Historical Events

2000, February
Miss Hannah Picot passed away in Feb. 2000. Her niece became executor to her estate and sold the farm house with 1.4 acres of land to the Powell family. They plan on doing some restoration and updating to the 12 room house. The house is located across the street from the post office.

Original Buckhorn Baptist Church built in 1835. See pictures on this page
This is the very same church where Richard Jordan Gatling (the inventor of the famous Gatling Gun) was a member until moving to Indiana. This church has been recently modified with a youth department, social hall and chair elevator for the handicapped members.

The sanctuary is still intact with the pretty stained glass windows and curved pews, woodwork and carpentry. This is a Greek-revival and Victorian style church.

The church is known for its balcony where slaves once sat to listen to words of encouragement. These churches were known as Mt. Sinai and Mill Neck Baptist Churches, also in Como.
Submitted by Christopher Jones

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