Surveyor C.L. Mann is most noted for surveying much of the unclaimed coastal land and some of the early developments in Raleigh, NC. Mann served as a member of a U.S. government survey party that explored the possibilities of digging a canal across Nicaragua. He was a North Carolina Department of the Secretary of State Board of Examiners for Engineers and Land Surveyors for 25 years. Mann graduated from NC State University in 1899 with a degree in civil engineering. He later returned to his alma mater to head the Department of Civil Engineering, a post he held for 47 years.
Tax maps listed below were provided to the Wake County Register of Deeds Office by the Geographic Information Services
(also known as the Wake County GIS department). To obtain copies of the GIS tax maps, contact the Wake County GIS
department, located on the fifth floor of the Wake County Office Building, 337 S. Salisbury St., Raleigh, NC. Note
: C.L. Mann Maps and Tax Maps below are not recorded documents. The Register of Deeds office does not certify the authenticity of the information presented. The Register of Deeds shall under no circumstances be liable for any actions taken or omissions made from reliance on any information contained herein from whatever source or any other consequences from such reliance.