James, Alice

James, Alice

(1848–92) writer; born in New York City (sister of Henry and William James). She had little formal schooling, lived in Europe when young, and settled in Cambridge, Mass., with her parents. A neurasthenic, she moved to England (1884) with her friend Katharine Loving after the death of her parents; she lived much of her brief life as an invalid. She is known for her personal reflections in Journal (1844; 1934), later published as The Diary of Alice James (1964).
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Wales goalkeeper Laura O'Sullivan saved the first Austrian spot-kick but three consecutive misses by Angharad James, Alice Griffiths and Sophie Ingle proved costly for Jayne Ludlow's side.
In addition to her husband James, Alice is survived by her son Chuck and his wife LIzAnn and granddaughters Samantha, Hannah, and Riley Mae of Stroudsburg, PA and, son Steve and his wife Michele and grandsons Jack and James of Shrewsbury, Ma.
James, Alice, Dan and Nick met at Leeds University and are all in their teens and early twenties.