When completed in 1802 it was sent in 15 acres of glorious woodland gardens and citrus orchards.It was first owned by Bermudian sea captain William Cox, in an estate he had owned since 1796.flying the flag of Sir Andrew Mitchell, passed the winter of 1802/3 in Bermuda.
Green is also said to have painted a depiction of Venus Instructing Cupid while in London, but the whereabouts of this painting have been unknown since the 19th century.They spent some years in Europe and it was there that Anne contracted an illness, for which Bermuda was prescribed as a place of cure.Unfortunately for her, a cure was not to be had and she died in Bermuda."During the long winter of our slothful discontent at Bermuda, caused by the Peace of Amiens, the officers and young gentlemen of the flagship...were constantly flitting away among the cedar groves and orange plantations of these fairy isles."1802. Death in Bermuda of John Green, born about 1780, he was a portrait painter who later became a judge.
Her headstone was restored in 1883 by her relative Edward Willing.