* Alexander and Rosemary Leitch and their sons, John, Wilfred, Allan and Athol. * Charles Ackroyd and his wife, Nancy. * John McVeigh, J. J. Scott and Joseph Britton from the McVeigh & Poupore camp, along with an estimated 10 other unknown labourers. * James Graham and his wife, his two sons John and Joseph and the two hired Johnson lads from Calgary. * Alexander Graham and his wife. * The Vandusen family; father, mother, and two children. * Six unnamed Lancashire miners. * Mrs. William Warrington, three children and houseguest Alex Dixon. * George Williams, his wife, his three children, and his brother-in-law, Thomas Locke. * Alfred Dawe and his two Welsh friends. * Robert Watt and Francis Rochette from the livery stable. * Thomas Delap, the engineer working in the power plant. * Alex Tashigan and Fred Farrington outside the mine entrance. * Alex Clark (killed outside the mine entrance), his wife and six children. * Single miners: J. Sietta, Andy Grissick, D. Madigan, T. Foster, J. W. Clark, E. Krusa, J. Gustavus, G. Lemosike and D. Yonack. (There were quite possibly others.)
Rumours persist to this day that there may have been at least 50 other men camped in the valley that night. The truth lies buried for eternity.
Of the 76 known and listed dead, only 12 bodies were ever recovered.