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Anne

Sister Anne. Sister of Fatima, the seventh and last of Bluebeard's wives. Source: Dictionary of Phrase and Fable, E. Cobham Brewer, 1894Anne's FanAnnates A B C D E F G H I J K L…

Anne Bradstreet

Name at birth: Anne DudleyAnne Bradstreet emigrated to Massachusetts with her father and her husband in 1630. Her husband later became a governor of the colony, while Anne wrote poetry and raised the…

Anne Frank

Name at birth: Annelies Marie FrankAnne Frank is the best-known victim of the Jewish genocide known as the Holocaust, which was ordered by Germany's Adolf Hitler during World War II. When German troo…

Queen Anne

Queen Anne was the queen of England, Scotland and Ireland during the War of Spanish Succession (1702-14), an era that lay the foundation for Britain's colonial power in the 18th century. The second d…

Anne Sexton

Name at birth: Anne Gray HarveyAnne Sexton married at the age of 19, worked briefly as a model and then started a family. Sexton suffered from depression and had mental breakdowns and suicidal bouts …

Ann Landers

Name at birth: Esther Pauline FriedmanAnn Landers dispensed advice to readers in a daily column that ran for five decades in more than 1,200 U.S. newspapers. A wife and mother with no journalism expe…

Anne Boleyn

Anne Boleyn was the second wife of Henry VIII of England and mother of the future Queen Elizabeth I. A former lady-in-waiting for Henry's sister Mary Tudor, Anne Boleyn married the king in 1533 after…

Princess Anne

Princess Anne(Anne Elizabeth Alice Louise Windsor)Princess RoyalBorn: 8/15/1950Birthplace: London, England The second child of Great Britain's Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Philip, Anne has sh…

Anne Rice

In 1976 Anne Rice published Interview With The Vampire, and within a decade the book became the best-known vampire novel since Bram Stoker's Dracula. She has written several novels exploring sexual an…

Anne Sullivan

Name at birth: Joanna SullivanAnne Sullivan was the tutor and lifelong friend and assistant to Helen Keller, the famous deaf and blind activist. Sullivan lost her own sight as a child and attended Bo…