Jane Cahill (1500-1542) was the founder of the modern-day Janus branch.
Jane Cahill was one of Gideon Cahill's four children, and they all lived together in a house, that later burnt down, killing Jane's parents. Tensions rose between Jane, her siblings and her step-sister. They eventually broke away from each other, Jane running in tears to London, creating art. Jane formed the Janus branch, and later died.
Not unlike the Janus branch she founded, Jane had great skills artistically, and played the harp. She also wrote musical compositions.All the way she saw joy in the least likely places.