She married Henry Turner at Manningford Bruce, on 16 April 1850. Henry (X) was aged 27, a bachelor and labourer of Netheravon, a son of James Turner, a labourer. Ann Susanna (signed) was a spinster aged 26, a servant, of Manningford Bruce, a daughter of Isaac Guley, a labourer. The witnesses were George Guley (X) and Elizabeth Guley. Ann was always somewhat coy about her age and usually stated that she was a year younger than her husband.
Ann (as Annie Turner) died 9 March 1879 at Winkfield (the next parish to Warfield, but probably within the town of Bracknell). She was aged 53 and the wife of Henry Turner, Head Gardener. She died of chronic bronchitis (4 months), valvular disease of the heart (4 months) and anasarca (21 days). Edward Turner, her son, of Winkfield, registered her death. Anasarca is generalised massive oedema (due to heart or renal failure).