Anne appears to have never married, but apparently followed her mother to join all other siblings in New England by 1641, specifically to Providence Plantation. Her name appears several times in the Towne tax and estate Records of Providence, not as a widow, but simply "Anne Harris". There were no other women married to a "Harris" during this period of early Providence Plantation history between 1636 and 1700 who would have been referred to as "Anne Harris".
She is listed next to James Clarke on the 1687 tax roll, who was married to Hopestill Power. He is listed next to Daniel Williams who married Rebecca the widow of Nicholas Power and father of his wife Hopestill. Daniel Williams also had a connection to her portion of the estate inherited from her sister Parnell Harris Roberts.
Likely Anne lived with her mother Jane Sears (Sayers) in Providence and likely continued to live in the house even after her mother passed by 1676.
Records show she owned various parcels of land in the Providence area.