In The Mirror of taste, vol. 1, no. 2 (February 1810), frontispiece. Library Company’s copy defaced., In 1791, Anne Brunton married Robert Merry, who died in 1798. In 1803, she married Thomas Wignell, who died that same year. She married William Warren in 1806. She died in childbirth two years later in Alexandria, Virginia. Already established as a leading actress in England, she made her American debut in December 1796 as Shakespeare’s Juliet. Cf. ANB., Waist-length portrait of the actress, wearing a hat with feathers.
In Woods, L. Sermon, preached at Haverhill, Mass. 4th ed., enl. (Boston, 1814), frontispiece., Waist-length portrait of the woman missionary, with a ruffled collar., Artists' signatures illegible; identification based on the copy of the 1st ed. (1814) owned by the American Antiquarian Society and copy of the 2nd ed. (1814) owned by Bowdoin College. Library Company's copy of the 8th ed. (1818) has portrait frontispiece engraved by Ralph Rawdon., Another portrait appears in: American missionary memorial (New York, 1853), p. 74.
Portraits of the women as depicted in the diagram from the trial proceedings. Mrs. Baker stands beside Captain Carson near the card table [i.e., 9] and Mrs. Carson stands by the fireplace [i.e., 7] in the house at Dock Street and Second Street., In Smith, Richard. The trials of Richard Smith (Philadelphia, 1816), frontispiece., Mrs. Jane Baker is the mother of Mrs. Ann Baker Carson, who was acquitted on allegations of conspiring with her lover, Mr. Richard Smith, to kill her husband, Captain John Carson.