In the will of her father Archibald Campbell of Minard and Knockbuy, he allocated £1400 currency for the purchase of 'new Negro female slaves to marked or branded on the shoulder AC' for the use of Ann Campbell for life. No will or death-date has yet been traced for her. Her husband John Campbell of Spotfield died at Clifton in 1817.
'And I direct my trustees...out of the monies that arise from the sale of my estates to apply £1,400 Currency in the purchase of new Negro female slaves to be marked or branded on the shoulder AC...for the use of my dear daughter Ann Campbell, the wife of John Campbell of Spotfield during her natural life and to the heirs of her body lawfully begotten', from an abstract of the will of Archibald Campbell of Minard at http://www.jamaicanfamilysearch.com/Samples2/1799ArchibaldCampbell.htm.
John Campbell of Spotfield
Wife → Husband
Daughter → Father