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http://books.google.com/books?id=MD8VAAAAYAAJ&pg=PA25&dq=thomas++annan+missouri&lr=&ei=ofsGSe6SG5K6tQP5neiNDA The Book of St. Louisans By Albert Nelson Marquis, p. 25

ANNAN, Alfred Heacock, architect; born, Webster Groves, Mo., Oct. 1, 1875; son of Thomas B. and Victoria (Scofield) Annan; educated in public- schools, Smith Academy and the Manual Training School of Washington University; married, St. Louis, July 18, 1900, Lillian Chestnut; children: Thomas and Marv. Studied architecture with T. B. Annan & Sons, architects, St. Louis, 1884-91; then took position with Koken Iron Works until 1S93; with Columbian Fireproofing Co., Pittsburgh, lN9.'{-!)4, and superintendent for same company at St. Louis, 1894-96; estimator American Bridge Co., 1896-98; practicing alone as architect, 1898-1901; resident manager The Roebling Construction Co. until 190S; now plan examiner in building commissioner's office. Member Architectural League of St. Louis. Episcopalian. Office: City Hall. Residence: fiO.'U) McPhersou Ave.

ANNAN, Roger Perry, flour, grain and mill feed; born, Cumberland, Md., Aug. 2.'!. 1844; son of James R. and Priscilla Isabella (Perry) Annan; educated in private academy at Winchester, Va.; served in Army of Northern Virginia under Robert E. Lee in Civil War; married, in Clark Co.. Va., Oct. 23, 1867, Adelaide S. Hall: four children: Roger P., Jr., Edward Hall, Katharine Smith, Caroline. Stonestreet (the second and third arc twins). Began business career as salesman in general store of Wilson & Co., in Clark Co., Va., 1865- 70; came to Ht. Louis, 1S70, and shortly after went to Boonville, Mo., but soon returned to St. Louis, and was employed with J. W. Booth & Sons until 187!); became member of the grain firm of Houseman, Annan & Co., 1879, which changed in 1880 to present style of Annan, Burg & Co., flour, grain and mill feed. Member Merchants' Exchange, St. Louis Grain Club. Director St. Louis Provident Association. Mason. Episcopalian. Recreations: books and working with garden tools. Office: 107 Chamber of Commerce. Residence: -II Plant Ave., Webster Groves.

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Thomas B. Annan was instructor in architecture at Washington University.

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