|3 Children including|
|Father: Josiah Janes|
Mother: Asenath Slafter
She knew exile 3 times in her life: from Nauvoo, Illinois, from Rockville, Utah, and from Old Mexico colonies, all from religious persecutiojn. As a child, her family was driven out of Nauvoo, as a young woman she left Rockville to avoid the Marshal raids resulting from polygamy, and she escaped from the terrorists that were in the Mexican Revolution when Diaz burned and drove out the Mormon Colonists.
She was a valiant mother and pioneer, and hadnine children. She looks regal. Where did they get such nice clothes? They raised silk worms and planted mulberry trees for their food. Her granddaughter Achsah remembers the mulberry trees in front of the Rockville home. The Stouts and Coxes were called by Brigham Young to grow cotton. They also made woolens and silks. She was an LDS temple worker at the St. George, Temple, and died June 17, 1917 St. George, Utah