Annabelle Silverglade, more commonly known as the Baroness, is the owner of Silverglade Manor and Mr. Sands' wife. She is also the mother of Thomas Moorland, the owner of Moorland Stables, and the grandmother of Thomas's son Justin Moorland.
After an investigation was made about her family history, it was proved that Annabelle Silverglade had an affair with a mysterious man named "John Sandman" before her marriage. A child was born from this affair and her family had her put her child up for adoption to save the family's reputation.
Annabelle appears as a thin elderly woman with white hair and blue eyes with a stoic yet graceful demeanor. She wears a pale lilac gown in the style of the early 20th century. The collar and the bow around her waist are a rich eggplant shade, and a light violet shade adorns the intricate needlework and the last three ruffles of her skirt. Her puffy, double ruffled sleeves, end with white pleated cuffs, and she wears a slightly raised puffy collar around her neck held together by a gold pendant. Her hair is parted in the middle and held up in a bun by two pink chopsticks and a pink barrette on left.
The Name Annabelle can be either a variant of Annabel or as a combination of Anna and Belle.
- Annabel can be traced back to the Late Latin name meaning "lovable"
- Anne is a variant of the Hebrew name חַנָּה (Channah) meaning "favour, grace", and Belle is either the short form of Isabella which can be traced back to the Hebrew name אֱלִישֶׁבַע ('Elisheva') meaning "my God is an oath" or names ending in belle or the French word belle meaning "beautiful".
- Bringing the name Anna and Belle together could either mean "Beautiful favor and grace" or "favor and grace my god is an oath"
- Annabelle was revealed to be making anonymous donations to Moorland stables.
- Annabelle's dress is in shades of violet, a color commonly associated with both grapes, and royalty/nobility.
- The Baroness' profession, which is titled as "Dowager", has two meanings. The first is a widow with a title or property derived from her late husband, and the second is a dignified elderly woman. Coincidentally, the Baroness fits both of these descriptions.