Jem remembers his mom but scout has no memories of her
Jem and Scout meet Dill
Hello, Charles Baker Harris, but you can call me Dill
Scout and Jem spread rumours about the Radley house
In chapter one the author tells about how their mother passed away when Scout was 2 years of age. This shows how Jem remembers his mother and has some memories that makes him unhappy but Scout does not remember her at all. This event in their life plays a large role in their independence as a character.
Later on in the chapter Scout and Jem meet Dill who is staying with his aunt every summer. They soon become friends and begin to go on many adventures together throughout the entirety of the novel.
Scout and Jem tell Dill about the Radley house as well as the rumours going around about that specific house. In particular she highlights how they are crazy, have had to go to asylums and has attempted murder