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The Garrick Inn (MoC134/51-8.53.49)

The Garrick, Four Lamps

History of The Garrick


See 52 King Street

1874 (52) The Garrick


The Garrick was a key location in the story of the murder of Emma Rolfe.

Emma Rolfe from a contemporary handbill (Cambridgeshire Collection)

Emily Calcott gave evidence at the inquest and trial as did others who had been at the pub the night of the murder.


1881 (52) The Garrick

William Calcott, 63, publican, b London

Emily, 45, b Suffolk

Walter J, 11, b Cambridge

Sidney C, 7, b Cambridge

Emily P Clarke, daughter in law, 25, b Cambridge

John Clarke, son in law, 32, clerk, b Peterborough



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