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The following information was supplied by Mary Lou Trice Lisenbe, granddaughter of Anna Janette Stough. I made some modifications to what she supplied, but kept the basic format the same.
ANNA JANETTE STOUGH FAMILY BIOGRAPHY
Anna Janette Stough was born in Indianapolis, Indiana on April 23, 1868, the
daughter of Charles Alexander and Sarah Elizabeth (Kitchell) Stough. She was one
of four children born to Charles and Sarah, the others being John Charles Frank,
George Dean, and Lotta May. Her father and one of her brothers worked for the
railroad. By the time she was 10 years old, the family was living in Texas. The
family appears in the 1880 census records for Waco, McLennan County, Texas. In
1886, they were living in Ft. Worth, Tarrant County, Texas. According to her son
William, she married Camille Edward Trice in Waco on December 24,
1888, but their marriage license came from Tarrant County, Texas. Perhaps they
acquired their marriage license in Tarrant County and got married in Waco, which
was in McLennan County.
In the summer of 1911, Camille and Janette separated. She moved to Waco and
worked in the Methodist Orphanage. Her sons Charles and Leland were
enrolled in Polytech College in Ft. Worth for one year. Their older
brother, William Louis, worked with their father. Toward the end of 1912
Anna Janette's 3 sons moved to Waco to live with her.