Commemorated on 7 plaques
Charles Lamb 1775-1834 and Mary Lamb 1764-1847 writers lived here
Lamb's Cottage, Church Street, Edmonton, N9 Enfield, London, United Kingdom where they lived
Charles Lamb "Elia" (1775-1834), essayist, lived here.
64 Duncan Terrace, London, United Kingdom where they lived
Charles Lamb was born in the chambers which formerly stood here 10 February 1775. "Cheerful Crown Office Row (place of my kindly engendure)...a man would give something to have been born in such places"
2 Crown Office Row, Temple, London, United Kingdom where they was born (1775)
Charles Lamb lodged here August 1819
11 King's Parade, Cambridge, United Kingdom where they lodged
Charles and Mary Lamb lived here
Clarendon Cottage, 17 Gentlemans Row EN2, London, United Kingdom where they lived
This house was occupied by Charles Lamb September 1827 until October 1829
87 Chase Side EN2, London, United Kingdom where they occupied
Elia. To the immortal memory of Charles Lamb. Perhaps the most loved name in English literature who was a Bluecoat Boy here for 7 years. B: 1775 D: 1834
10 Giltspur Street, EC1, London, United Kingdom where they attended school