Anderson, James, late of Greenwich, will dated Aug. 27, 1782, probated Oct. 7, 1783, mentions his wife Ann, and children William, Isaac, and James; grandsons Joseph and Jeremiah, sons of Joseph Anderson, deceased; Joseph, son of William Anderson; Isaac, son of Elisha Horton; and Isaac, son of Isaac Anderson; daughters Prudence, widow of Benjamin Carpenter and her son Benjamin; Hannah, wife of Elisha Horton; Elizabeth, wife of James Hart. Executors his wife and sons-in-law Elisha Horton and James Hart. Witnesses Jonathan Miller, Nehemiah Sherwood, and William Brundage, pages 402 and 556. Inventory taken Sept. 30, 1783, by William Brundage and Nehemiah Sherwood, and filed Oct. 7, 1783, page 327. Apr. 4, 1786, order to advertise for claims, page 777.
Source: ABSTRACT of PROBATE RECORDS FOR THE DISTRICT OF STAMFORD, COUNTY OF FAIRFIELD, AND STATE OF CONNECTICUT, 1729-1802 by SPENCER P. MEAD, L.L.B., of the New York Bar. MEMBER OF THE SONS OF THE REVOLUTION, AND SOCIETY OF COLONIAL WARS. AUTHOR OF YE HISTORIE OF GREENWICH, CONNECTICUT, PUBLISHED IN 1911,AND THE HISTORY AND GENEALOGY OF THE MEAD FAMILY, PUBLISHED IN 1901. (1919)