Wouldn't have expected it myself, but English census records for 1861 do show a "Mariamre" (Bailey) listed for a female name going back to 1816. Could be a typo for "Mariamne" (known name/ancient origin). [While the large Gothic M has a finishing line jutting upwards right, I couldn't see why a second "n" for "Marianne" would terminate this way, thus the search for Mariamre.]
As for ships...seems to be at least three (1700's - 1840's era) named Mary Ann or Mary Anne related to Australia, but could not find a "Marianne" as mentioned. Convict vessels list here: https://convictrecords.com.au/ships
The Marianimal-over-torse (or merry animal), I leave to our members with expert knowledge of things heraldic...one will probably visit this in time when they can.