At least 26 people were killed in a mass shooting Sunday at First Baptist Church in Sutherland Springs, Texas, which is about 30 miles southeast of San Antonio.
They ranged from 18 months to 77 years old. About half of them were children, Wilson County Sheriff Joe Tackitt said Monday.
Below is a list of those who died in the shooting. The USA TODAY Network is researching victims and will update this list as more information becomes available.
Annabelle Pomeroy, 14
First Baptist Church Pastor Frank Pomeroy's 14-year-old daughter is among the victims of the shooting.
Annabelle "was one very beautiful, special child," Frank Pomeroy told ABC News. He said he was in Oklahoma during the shooting. She was his youngest daughter.
The pastor's wife, Sherri Pomeroy, wrote in a text message to the Associated Press that she and her husband were out of town in two different states when the attack occurred.
The Holcombe family
For all the mass shootings and terrorist attacks that have plagued the country in recent years, perhaps no family has suffered such a blow as the Holcombe family.
Three generations of the family were gunned down in the Texas church shooting, including a visiting pastor who about to address the church, four children, one pregnant mother and her unborn child.
All told, eight members of the Holcombe clan died: Bryan Holcombe, Karla Holcombe, Marc Daniel Holcombe, Noah Holcombe, Crystal Holcombe, Emily Holcombe, Megan Holcombe and Greg Holcombe.
Bryan Holcombe, an associate pastor at the church, was killed in the gunfire, his parents told The Washington Post.
Bryan's wife, Karla Holcombe, was killed, as well as their son Marc Daniel Holcombe.
Marc Daniel's baby daughter, Noah Holcombe, also was killed, according to The Washington Post.
"I’m dumbfounded," another son of Bryan and Karla, Scott Holcombe, told The New York Times. "This is unimaginable. My father was a good man, and he loved to preach. He had a good heart."
Bryan and Karla's daughter-in-law, Crystal Holcombe, was killed. She was eight months pregnant, according to the Associated Press.
Of Crystal's five children, three were killed: Emily, Megan and Greg.
Her husband, John Holcombe, survived, as did two of their children.
Joann Ward, Brooke Ward and Emily Garza
Michael Ward, 31, told The Dallas Morning News that his brother’s wife, Joann Ward, and two of her children were among the victims.
Brooke Ward, 5, and Emily Garza, 7, died. Joann’s son Ryland Ward, 5, was shot multiple times. Michael was the one who carried Ryland out of the church and to help.
"They got him all cut open, from the gunshots," Michael said. "I don't think he's going to make it."
John Alexander wrote on Facebook that “we lost my niece, Joann Ward and two of her children in yesterday's tragedy at Sutherland Springs.
"Joann was such a wonderful mother whose whole life was her children and family. My heart is broken."
Alexander created a GoFundMe for the family, to cover medical and funeral costs.
Robert and Shani Corrigan
A U.S. Air Force veteran and his wife were killed in the shooting, according to multiple outlets in Michigan, where they grew up.
Renee Haley, director of Veterans' Services for Clare County, confirmed their deaths in a statement to WNEM.
They were graduates of Harrison High School in Farmington Hills, Mich.
"I was recently notified that Harrison has lost two of their own in the horrible tragedy that occurred yesterday in Texas. Robert and Shani Corrigan were both HHS graduates," Haley said, adding that Robert had held track records at the school for years.
There will be a vigil 5:30 p.m. Monday at Veterans Freedom Park in Harrison, Mich. The couple leave behind two sons who are currently on active duty in the military.
"Please pass the word and whether or not you knew them, let's show this family that they will not be forgotten," Haley said.
Lula White, 71
Lula White was among the victims, a relative confirmed to New York Daily News.
"My sister was a wonderful, caring person — a God-loving person. She loved the people in her church. They were all her best friends," Mary Mishler Clyburn told the outlet.
In a post on Facebook, White’s niece Amy Backus wrote, "I have no doubt where she is right now. She is in Heaven laying her crowns and jewels at the feet of Jesus and celebrating. I love and will miss you Aunt Lula Woicinski White."
Haley Krueger, 16
Charlene Uhl told People magazine her daughter Haley Krueger, 16, is among the victims of the shooting.
Haley had arrived at church early on Sunday to prepare breakfast, her mother told People magazine.
"She was a vibrant 16-year-old that loved life," Uhl said. "She loved her church. She was always hyper and ready for anything. She wanted to go to school and be a nurse in the NICU. She loved babies. She had two nephews and adored both of them."
A GoFundMe for her family raised more than $2,000 in five hours.
Richard and Theresa Rodriguez
Evangelina Santos told Univision that her brother Richard Rodriguez, 51, and his wife, Theresa Rodriguez, were among the victims.
Rodriguez’s daughter, Regina, told the Associated Press that her father attended the church every Sunday.
"They told us many were hurt," Santos said in a tearful interview with Univision. "I was hoping to God that they were among them, that they were only hurt, not dead. But at 11 p.m., they gave us the news."
According to Univision, family members said they don’t want their relatives to become numbers, instead wanting the world to know who Richard Rodriguez was: A worker, retired from the railroad system, the center of attention and loved by his whole family.
Tara Elyse McNulty, a bartender at The Aumont Saloon in Seguin, Texas, was killed in the shooting at First Baptist Church, according to her employer.
In a Facebook post, Kevin Koenen, owner of The Aumont Saloon, said that Tara was a kind-hearted person and a great employee.
Koenen also said that McNulty’s two children, Hailey and James, were wounded in the shooting and have a long road to recovery.
A benefit for McNulty has been planned for Nov. 12 at The Aumont Saloon and will feature live music, a silent auction and plate sale to raise money for McNulty’s family.
A GoFundMe to raise money for funeral costs and medical expenses for McNulty’s two children has also raised $2,350 of its $10,000 goal as of Monday afternoon.
"She was conscientious, engaging and always willing to do the little things," the GoFundMe read. "She was a sweet, kind and loving woman, mother and daughter and will be greatly missed by many."
Multiple fatalities in Texas church shooting