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Book of reference detailing owners and occupiers in Brundall, part of the documentation of an unsuccessful scheme submitted to Parliament to build a waterway from Norwich to Lowestoft in 1826. Elisha De Hague, one of the 1821 land tax commissioners is fifth on the list as one of the property owners. His property marked as 20 and 21 can be identified on the map on the next page.
How Parliament has influenced the building of canals and addressed the management of rivers from the 15th century until the present day
Find out how the Norwich history detectives followed the trail of 5 commissioners named on the Land Tax Roll of 1821.