The victims of a terror attack on two Christchurch mosques range from ages three to 77 and include at least four women, according to a list being circulated by families of the deceased.
Full details of who died in the attack are yet to be confirmed publicly by authorities and the list is not complete.
But it presents the international scale of the tragedy, with people hailing from across the Muslim world and members of two generations of the same family killed.
The document provides the names of 44 men and four women, and is missing the identities of two of the 50 victims confirmed as dead by police.
Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern said the list was not "formal" and "will not be until formal identification has been completed".
"I also know the receipt of that provisional list last night, of course, have been devastating," she said.
The victims already in the public domain include Daoud Nabi, 71, who had lived in New Zealand for more than 40 years after fleeing Afghanistan as a refugee in the late 1970s.
He thought his adopted home to be a "slice of paradise" and is believed to have died shielding another worshipper from a bullet, his son Omar said.
"He jumped in the firing line to save somebody else's life and he has passed away."
The list also includes Sayyad Milne, 14, who died at the Al Noor mosque, which he attended with his mother and friends every Friday.
Goalkeeper Atta Elayyan, 33, was also among the deceased.
He had played 19 A Internationals for the Futsal Whites, according to NZ Football.
Teammate Josh Margetts said: "There is a huge hole in our hearts as we come to terms with the loss of a great person and a good mate."