Probably the first to be shot dead that day, Jack Duddy was aged 17 when he was killed by a single bullet to the chest in the courtyard of Rossville Flats. Witnesses said that he was unarmed and running away from soldiers.
Patrick "Pat" Doherty
Doherty, 31, was shot from behind while trying to crawl to safety in the vicinity of the flats' forecourt, between the building and Joseph Place. He was killed with a single bullet. Photographs show that he was not armed.
Bernard "Barney" McGuigan
McGuigan was going to the aid of Patrick Doherty while signalling with a white handkerchief when he was killed by a bullet fired through the back of his head. He died where he fell near the corner of the flats between Rossville Street and Joseph Place. He was 41.
Hugh Gilmour, aged 17, was shot by a single bullet as he was running away from soldiers in Rossville Street. A photograph, taken seconds afterwards, shows he was unarmed. Gilmour was shot close to the rubble barricade before falling to the ground at the side of the flats.
Kevin McElhinney was shot from behind, probably by Soldier K, as he tried to crawl to safety in the Rossville Flats. The 17-year-old was shot close to the flats' front entrance, near to the rubble barricade, and was dragged inside by some people sheltering there. Witnesses said he was unarmed.
Another victim aged just 17, Kelly died from a single shot to his abdomen, probably fired by Soldier F. He died within a few minutes of being shot, near the rubble barricade in front of Rossville Flats.
John Young, 17, was killed by a single shot to the head at the rubble barricade on Rossville Street. Two witnesses said Young was unarmed.
Nash was killed by a single shot to his chest near the rubble barricade. He was possibly shot by Soldier P. He was killed at almost the same time as John Young. Eyewitness accounts state that Nash, 19, was unarmed and was going to the aid of someone else.
McDaid was shot in the face at the rubble barricade. The 20-year-old probably died immediately. A book, Eyewitness Bloody Sunday: The Truth, included a photograph of McDaid moments before he was shot, showing him walking away from the soldiers and facing towards "Free Derry Corner".
Wray, 22, was shot twice in Glenfada Park. The first bullet travelled "superficially" from right to left across his body; the second bullet entered his back and travelled from right to left.
Gerald Donaghy was shot once, probably by Soldier G, but did not die at the scene. A man later tried to take the 17-year-old to hospital. They were told to leave the car at a checkpoint in Barrack Street. A soldier drove it to a battalion post, where Soldier 138 – an army medic – later pronounced Donaghy dead.
Part of the group trying to get to safety towards Westland Street, Mickinney, who was 35, was shot dead in Glenfada Park. Two eyewitnesses stated that McKinney had raised his arms in surrender and shouted: "Don't shoot! Don't shoot!"
McKinney was shot dead after he left the safety of cover to try to assist Gerald McKinney (not a relation), who had been shot moments before. He was shot from behind as he was bent over McKinney.
Shot in the leg and left shoulder on William Street 15 minutes before the rest of the shooting started, Johnston was not on the march, but on his way to visit a friend in Glenfada Park. He died four and a half months later. The 59-year-old's death has been attributed to the injuries he received. He was the only person not to die immediately or soon after being shot.
Syma Tariq is a PhD researcher at University of the Arts London and freelance journalist