Lizzie Albrook was born c. 1868. She resided in Miller's Court, and worked at a Common Lodging House in Dorset Street, possibly Crossingham's. She was a friend of Mary Kelly, and claimed to have spent time with Kelly in her room at 13 Miller's Court on November 8th, 1888. She claimed she left around 8:00 that night, shortly after Joseph Barnett arrived for his regular visit. She claimed that Kelly had warned her not to fall into a life of prostitution, a life which Kelly had become involved in to avoid starvation, and also claimed that Kelly articulated her fervent desire to return to Ireland. This was the last conversation she ever had with Kelly. No further documentation exists about her life.
Her account of the events is mainly notable in that it disproves Maria Harvey's claims of her own whereabouts on the night of the murder. As well, Albrook provided the detail that Kelly had a relative currently acting on the London stage, though this is unproven.