A Chilean mother and her daughter, cut down in a concert hall while the daughter’s 5-year-old son survived. A young Italian woman, separated from her boyfriend and friends when the concert erupted in chaos. They were among the latest victims named as officials Sunday continued the heavy task of identifying the 129 people killed in Friday night’s coordinated terrorist attacks in Paris. Among the confirmed dead:

Nick Alexander, 36, of Colchester, England, who was working at the Bataclan concert hall selling merchandise for the performing band, Eagles of Death Metal. “Nick was not just our brother, son and uncle, he was everyone’s best friend – generous, funny and fiercely loyal,” his family said.

Thomas Ayad, 32, producer manager for Mercury Music Group and a music buff who was killed at the Bataclan. Lucian Grainge – chairman of Universal Music Group, which owns Mercury Music – said the loss was “an unspeakably appalling tragedy.”

Asta Diakite, cousin of French midfielder Lassana Diarra, who played against Germany in Friday’s soccer match at Stade de France, during which three suicide bombers blew themselves up outside the stadium Friday night. Diarra, who is Muslim, posted a moving message on Twitter after his cousin was killed, saying: “It is important for all of us who represent our country and its diversity to stay united against a horror which has no color, no religion. Stand together for love, respect and peace.”

Guillame Decherf, 43, a writer who covered rock music for the French culture magazine Les Inrocks. He was at the Eagles of Death Metal concert, having written about the band’s latest album.

 Fabrice Dubois, who worked with the publicity agency Publicis Conseil. The agency said he was killed at the concert hall and that “the entire agency is upset. He was a very great man in every sense of the word.”

 Michelli Gil Jaimez, of Tuxpan in the Mexican state of Veracruz, had studied at a business school in Lyons and was living in Paris. She had just gotten engaged to her Italian boyfriend, according to her Facebook page.

 Nohemi Gonzalez, 23, a senior at California State University, Long Beach. Gonzalez, from El Monte, California, was attending Strate College of Design in Paris during a semester abroad program. She was in the Petit Cambodge restaurant with another Long Beach State student when she was fatally shot.

 Alberto Gonzalez Garrido, 29, of Madrid, who was at the Bataclan concert with his wife but they became separated amid the mayhem.

Patricia San Martin Nunez, 61, a Chilean exile, and her daughter, Elsa Veronique Delplace San Martin, 35. They were attending the concert at the Bataclan with Elsa’s 5-year-old son, who Chilean officials say survived.


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