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