Sheriff's deputies discovered Henry's body late Tuesday while checking homes in his community.
Fire broke out on Monday afternoon I the community of Happy Valley, California. Strong winds caused the fire to spread at 500 acres per hour, giving residents only minutes to grab what they could and evacuate.
The fire caused damage across 12 ½ square miles of land destroying 37 homes, and 74 outbuildings in the rural area forcing the evacuation of 300 other homes in Northern California.
The fire in and around Yosemite National Park was 80 percent contained, with full containment expected Sept. 20. That blaze burned nearly 400 square miles.
Containment of the Morgan Fire at Mount Diablo State Park in Contra Costa County increased to 80 percent. The fire has burned a little less than 5 square miles. All evacuations had been lifted, and full containment was expected by Friday.
Evacuation orders were lifted for some of the 300 homes that were threatened by the blaze because power has been restored and "the major hazards have been abated we're making excellent progress," state fire spokesman Mike Witesman said.
Officials have said the Rim Fire was caused by a hunter. The causes of the other two fires remain under investigation.