Henry was born in Kent in 1975 to a rather normal family with two brothers and a sister. He attended school like any normal child, but had a strong fascination with History. After finishing high school and college with outstanding grades in History, he went on to do a bachelors degree in History, focusing particularly on Medieval history, and medicine in medieval history. After finishing his bachelors, he felt like he had to do more and more research, completing his Masters and his Doctorate in History by the time he hit his 30s. He began teaching at universities in England, soon doing a small tour of European universities to give lectures and talks. When in the small country of Chernarus, he was visiting the medieval castles when all hell broke loose, and people started eating people. Months of psychological damage as the apocalypse went on impeded on Henry, until it broke him. He was convinced that he himself was trapped in some strange world where the great plague of the 1600s had afflicted mankind again, and he had to stop it spreading as well as he could. His knowledge of historical medicine lead him to also believe that he could cure it using old methods, also building this persona of being a plague doctor.