Luang Phor Anan
He learned Buddhism at Wat Pimpawad for one Pansa, before moving to Wat BangPleeNoi in the year B.E. 2519. There, he assisted and cared for Luang Phor Chim, who would later teach him the skills of sakyant, and an effective method of creating Kreung Rang Phaya Wanon amulets, which originated from the tamra of Luang Phor Ding, Wat BangWua.
In B.E. 2531, he was promoted to Phra GammWahJahJarn (1st Announcing Teacher) and in B.E. 2533, he was again promoted to Rong Zhao Awat (Vice Abbot) at Wat BangPleeNoi. In B.E. 2536, he was promoted to Acting Zhao Awat. In 2537, Luang Phor Chim passed away, but Luang Phor Anan was not officiated as the Zhao Awat of Wat BangPleeNoi until B.E. 2540.
His father, YomPhor Noo PreeCha
2. Luang Ta Chid, Wat KohKeaw
3. Luang Pu BoonRod Puttasaro, Wat BangPleeNoi
4. Luang Phor Phra Kru Paladwai Panyateepoh, Wat BangPleeNoi, who taught him in how to inscribe sakyants in Khom, the process of crafting Pra Kam (mala chanting beads), and katha.
6. Phra Kru Prachod Salakhun (Luang Phor Chim
7. Yom Klip Jareonsuk
8. Yom Kru Chan, Changwat Surin
9. A student (unnamed lay disciple) of Luang Phor Ei, Wat Sattahip, at Changwat Chonburi, who taught him how to make Paladkhik.