I did not coin this name for that point. I was just relaying what I read or heard somewhere else, but I cannot remember the source. I have to say that "Mt. Annette" doesn't rate in my opinion.
Alright, you win my vote. I renamed the Mountain to Han Peak. I did a little more searching and could not find any results for Mount Annette which was based off peak bagger, but could find some for Mount Han.
It's at least had that unofficial name since January 2000 (source). I am not saying this was my source but it is a source from five years before I climbed Mt. Ann.
By the way, "Mt. Ann" was named at least as far back as 1968. From correspondence with Roper: "Mount Ann was actually called that in the 1968 Mountaineers 'Northwest Ski Trails' book by Ted Mueller with photos by Bob and Ira Spring (spectacular shot of Ann on page 65), maps by Marge Meuller."
I have to say thank you for the route line on display. There are several ways you could attempt to reach the ridge crest. Today when we were trying to decide, I remembered what I had seen on this page.
Thanks Gimpilator. Indeed you could reach the ridge crest other ways too, but this was the way we did it and it seems the most safe the way I drew it up.