Famous People Named Anne
Take a look at famous people named Anne Sullivan, Anne Heche, and Anne Moody.
Political Leader, Religious Leader / 1591 - 1643
Anne Hutchinson was a Puritan woman who spread her own interpretations of the Bible, leading to the Antinomian Controversy in the Massachusetts Bay Colony.
Anne Morrow Lindbergh
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profile name: Anne Sullivan profile occupation: Educator
profile id: 9348085
profile name: Anne Hutchinson profile occupation: Political Leader, Religious Leader
profile id: 9218155
profile name: Anne Boleyn profile occupation: Queen
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profile name: Anne Hathaway profile occupation: Film Actress
profile id: 9542041
profile name: Anne Morrow Lindbergh profile occupation: Pilot, Journalist, Author
profile id: 251991
profile name: Anne Heche profile occupation: Actress
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