Byron Henry James
Byron, Henry James, dramatist and actor, was born in 1834 in Manchester. In 1858 he entered the Middle Temple, contributing extensively to periodical literature, and writing almost innumerable farces, burlesques and extravaganzas. His most successful piece was Our Boys; others were Cyril's Success, Dearer than Life, Blow for Blow, Uncle Dick's Darling, etc. He died in 1884 in London.