Anne is a French and English female given name, derived from the Greek and Latin Anna (Ana in some languages), in turn from the Hebrew Hannah. Anna is often combined with other names to form compounds. In the works of Harry Turtledove, Anne and all its variants may refer to:

Characters named Anne:

Anne Colleton, major fictional POV character in Southern Victory.
Anne Frank, historical diarist appearing in "The Eighth-Grade History Class Visits the Hebrew Home for the Aging".
Anne Hathaway, historical wife of William Shakespeare, referenced in Ruled Britannia.
Anne Wingfield, fictional Jamestown colonist in "Vilest Beast" from A Different Flesh.

Characters named Anna and compounds:

Anna (Farmers' Law), Theodore's wife in "Farmers' Law".
Annabelle Chung, fictional madam in Days of Infamy: End of the Beginning.
Annarita Crosetti, a student and POV character of The Gladiator.
Anna Murray Douglass, historical wife of Frederick Douglass appearing in How Few Remain.
Anna Gordon, historical social activist referenced in Worldwar: Upsetting the Balance.
Mary Ann House, fictional secretary and minor character in The Hot War: Armistice.
Mary Anna Custis Lee, historical wife of Robert E. Lee, appearing in The Guns of the South.
Mary Anna Morrison Jackson, historical wife of Thomas Jackson, appearing in How Few Remain.
Ana Päts, an Estonian colonist on Haven in "Hang Together."
Anna Eleanor Roosevelt, historical First Lady of the United States, appearing briefly in "Cayos in the Stream" and referenced in other works.
Anna von Schlieffen, historical wife of Alfred von Schlieffen, referenced in How Few Remain.
Anna Stutzman, fictional character in In the Presence of Mine Enemies.

Characters named Annette:

Annette Klein, POV character of In High Places.

Characters named Annie:

Annie Chapman, historical victim of Jack the Ripper, referenced in "Gentlemen of the Shade".
Annie Grimes, sister of POV Armstrong Grimes in Southern Victory.
Annie Oakley, historical stuntwoman referenced in The Valley-Westside War.
Annie (State of Jefferson), fictional journalist appearing in "Typecasting" in the State of Jefferson Stories.

Characters named Hanna:

Hanna Goldman, fictional character in The War That Came Early.

Characters named Anya:

Anya Shevchenko, fictional farmer in The Hot War.

Characters surnamed Anna:

Antonio Lopez de Santa Anna, historical Mexican dictator referenced in "Lee at the Alamo".

See also:

Annapolis (disambiguation)