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The wreck of the Isabella Watson

A list of passengers by the Isabella Watson, from London, 7th December, 1852 which was wrecked while entering the Heads

 
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—(cabin) : Mr. and Mrs. Bailsey, Mr. Parker, Mr. and Mrs. Taylor and two children, Mr. Clarke, Mr. Ritchie, Mr. Mouatt, Mr. Gray, and Mr. Verdon.


(Intermediate) Thomas Patterson, Mrs. T. Patterson, John H. Rudd, W.M. Simpson, T.H. Christian, Samuel Drew, James Allen, Eliza  Derrick, George Bell, Joseph Hobbs, R. Talbot, G.B. Hall, George Oliver, William Kelly, Mrs. Kelly, Joseph Menand, William Terry, G. Kingsley, S.W. Kingsley, Eliza Newman, William Geraghty.


Drowned—: Miss Paterson, Mrs. Derrick, Mrs. Terry, Mrs. Hall, Mr. G. Langford, Mrs. M. Langford, Mr. Thomas Olphett  and Mrs. A. Olphett  Miss Mary Allen, all Intermediate Passengers.—Melbourne Argus

The Wreck of the Isabella Watson.—Up to yesterday evening a considerable quantity of cargo had been saved, numbers of people were employed, and should the weather prove moderate for a few days, something tangible will be recovered.—Melbourne Argus, March 27 1852

Source : The unassisted shipping index  State of  Victoria 1852-1899

Family Name

First Name

Age

Remarks

Bell

George

28

 

Butler

Alfred

25

not listed above

Carr

Mr. W.

34

not listed above

Christian

Thomas

27

 

Clarke

Mr. Hubert

34

 

Derrick

Elijah

31

listed as Eliza, above

Derrick

Jane

34

drowned

Drew

Samuel

26

 

Dudgeon

William

25

Geraghty ? above

Fullerton

Capt. John

-

 

Gray

Mr. Archibald

30

safely ashore in the gig

Hobbs

Joseph

21

 

Kingsley

Emma

21

not listed above

Kingsley

George

21

safely ashore in the gig

Kingsley

Samuel

36

safely ashore in the gig

Langford

George

25

drowned

Langford

Martha

26

drowned

Mandell

Mr. J.

-

James Allen  above

Menaud

Joseph

37

listed as Menand, above

Moriaty

Mr. Robert

37

listed as Mouatt, above

Oliver

George

53

 

Oliver

Susan

55

not listed above

Olphert

James

30

drowned

Olphert

Jane

29

drowned

Parker

Mr. H.M.

-

 

Parker

—wife with—

-

not listed above

Paisley

Mr. Walter

-

listed as Bailsey, above

Paisley

—wife with—

-

listed as Bailsey, above

Paterson

Thomas

36

 

Paterson

Jane Gray

34

the "Miss" Paterson drowned

Paterson

Janet

32

Paterson

Eliza

5

safely ashore in the gig

Ritchie

Mr. Thomas

20

 

Rudd

John

24

 

Simpson

Hutchinson

20

listed as W.M., above

Taylor

Mr. Thomas

-

Thomas Hamlet Taylor 1818-1884

Taylor

—wife with—

-

Anne

Taylor

—child with—

6

 

Taylor

—infant with—

infant

 

Terry

William

29

 

Terry

Emma

31

drowned

Tolbert

Richard

23

listed as Talbot, above

Verdon

Mr. C.E.

30

 

 


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