Born: January 1, 1865, Horrabridge, Devonshire, England.
Died: November 10, 1933, Wells, Vermont.
Pseudonym: James S. Apple.
Son of John Rowe, a copper miner, James worked for the Irish government for four years, then emigrated to America at age 24. He settled in Albany, New York, and worked in railroads in New York for 10 years. He then became an inspector for the Hudson River Humane Society. He then worked for music publishers in Texas and Tennessee, and in his later years, moved to Vermont and worked with his daughter, an artist, writing verses for greeting cards.
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