Henry Freeman James was the son of Arlette Winters and Wilfred James, the grandson of John Winters, and a resident of Hemingford Home, Nebraska.



Henry favored his mother in looks[1].



Wilfred James

Arlette James


Post Death

Before Henry's body was discovered, rats had began to eat him.

Shannon and Henry were both buried out of the Hemingford Glory of God Methodist Church, Shannon on the twenty-second and Henry on Christmas Eve. Rev. Thursby also presided at Henry ’ s funeral, but I hardly need tell you that the attendance was much smaller. Thursby saw only one, but there was another. Arlette was there, too, sitting next to me, unseen and smiling. Whispering in my ear.


"It was only after that...after that night...that we... Shan didn’t want to, but I talked her into it. And once we started, she liked it as much as I did. Once we started, she asked for it."



  1. 1922
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