James Hughes Anderdon

1790 - 24th Jan 1879

Claimant or beneficiary

Biography

Son of John Proctor Anderdon and Anne Oliver. Partner in Bosanquet Anderdon bank (from which he retired in 1843).

  1. The will with two codicils of James Hughes Anderdon formerly of West Pennard in Somerset, afterwards of 23 Upper Grovesnor Street but late of West Pennard who died 24 January 1879 at 23 Upper Grosvenor St., was proved 16/04/1879 at Wells by Hobart Grant Anderdon of 17 Gay Street Bath the brother and the Rev. Thomas Partridge Nunn of West Pennard Clerk, the nephew, the Executors. Personal estate under £90,000: resworn November 1879 under £100,000. Age at death given as 89.

  2. James Hughes Anderdon donated a number of works of art, books and letters to the Royal Academy in 1875 as well as to the British Museum.

Sources

  1. National Probate Calendar 16 April 1879; FreeUKGen, England and Wales Free BMD Database, Deaths, 1837-1983 [database online] registered St George Hanover Square Jan-Feb-Mar 1879.

  2. Royal Academy of Arts Collections - Persons, entry for James Hughes Anderdon (1790-1879) http://www.racollection.org.uk; British Museum Collection database.


Further Information

Absentee?
British/Irish
Will

Resworn to under £100,000 in November 2009 from £90,000 on probate 16/4/1879 [National Probate Calendar 1879]

Wealth at death
£100,000
Occupation
Banker

Associated Claims (3)

£3,655 18S 5D
Awardee
£2,018 0S 8D
Awardee (Assignee)
£297 11S 7D
Awardee

Legacies Summary

Commercial (2)

Firm Investment
Bank of London
Banker  
 
Name partner
 

Cultural (1)

Paintings
Old Masters and modern... 
notes →
The Tate has John Constable's 'Malvern Hall, Warwickshire' (1809), acquired by Anderdon by 1840 and sold 1879 to George Salting,  who bequeathed it to the National Gallery in 1910,...

Physical (1)

Country house
Henlade House 

Relationships (2)

Son → Father
Brothers

Addresses (2)

23 Upper Grosvenor Street, London, Middlesex
3 Queen Street, Mayfair, London, Middlesex, London, England