The following list of names are passengers who left the Annie Jane after the first voyage; about eighty of the passengers on the Annie Jane refusing to go on the second voyage.
Thirty are known to have gone on the Sarah Sands which sailed on the 15th September 1853. These are all possible passengers; unfortunately the list of passengers published in Canada just said, after listing all the gentlemen and ladies “and 170 steerage passengers” .
Alexander Kerr, joiner
John Scott Chalmers
John Taylor, joiner
George Taylor, joiner
Extract taken from, The Wreck of the Annie Jane.
Firstly, we were stored in berths to contain three with barely sufficient room for two and provisions served of such an inferior quality that they could not be partaken of, the greater part being entirely rotten, consequently unfit for human food.