Faces behind the names: Orlando nightclub victims remembered

Tributes are being paid to the 49 people killed in Sunday's terror attack

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Composite image via @HRC on Twitter

As the investigation continues into the worst US terror attack since September 11th, all 49 victims of the Orlando Pulse nightclub shooting have been named.

The Human Rights Campaign, America's largest civil rights organisation, has tweeted photos and short biographies of each of those killed.

Geraldo A Ortiz-Jimenez (25) studied law at the Universidad Del Este in Carolina.

Akyra Monet Murray (18) was recently signed to play basketball at Mercyhurst College in Pennsylvania.

Christopher Joseph Sanfeliz (24) worked at a local bank, and was said to be known for his positive outlook on life.

Antonio Davon Brown (29) was a captain in the US Army Reserve.

Paul Terrell Henry (41) had two children and was planning to return to college.

Frankie Hernandez Escalante (27) was described as a loving big brother, and had a tattoo on his arm reading 'love has no gender.'

Angel Luis Candelario-Padro (28) started a job as an ophthalmic technician only four days before the shooting.

Christopher Andrew Leinonen (32) was with his partner, Juan Ramon Guerrero, who he was to marry.

Juan Ramon Guerrero (22) was with his boyfriend, Christopher Andrew Leinonen.

Yilmary Rodriguez Solivan (24) was a wife, sister and mother of two sons.

Brenda Lee Marquez McCool (49) was a mother of 11, a two-time cancer survivor and a real estate agent. She was was with her son in the nightclub.

Rodolfo Ayala-Ayala (33) was a biologics assistant at the OneBlood donation centre, which has seen a massive surge in donations since the attack.

Jean Carlos Nieves Rodriguez (27) was a manager at a McDonald's, and known for being incredibly dependable.

Jonathan Antonio Camuy Vega (24) worked for a Spanish TV network as a producer of a children's talent competition.

Tevin Eugene Crosby (25) owned Total Entrepreneurs Concepts, and was visiting Orlando for the graduation of his nieces and nephews.

Leroy Valentin Fernandez (25) was a leasing agent at an Orlando apartment complex, and has been described as a vibrant performer.

Jerald Arthur Wright (31) worked at Walt Disney World in Florida. He was at Pulse to celebrate a friend's birthday.

Luis Daniel Wilson-Leon (37) was the partner of Jean Carlos Mendez Perez. Both men were killed.

Luis S Vielma (22) was a student at Seminole State College and worked at Universal Studios’ Harry Potter ride.

Juan P Rivera Velazquez (37) was owner of D'Magazine Salon and Spa. He was with his partner for a birthday party.

Franky Jimmy De Jesús Velazquez (50) was a visual merchandiser at Forever 21, and studied at InterAmerican University.

Martin Benitez Torres (33) was visiting family in Orlando from San Juan, Puerto Rico.

Shane Evan Tomlinson (33) has been described as a gifted singer, who performed as the frontman for the band 'Frequency.'

Edward Sotomayor Jr (34) worked for Al and Chuck Travel, an agency that plans vacations for the LGBTQ community.

Xavier Emmanuel Serrano Rosado (35) was the father of a young son and worked at Splash Bar in Panama City Beach.

Enrique L Rios Jr (25) was holidaying in Orlando. He worked as a coordinator at True Care Home Health Care.

Jean Carlos Mendez Perez (35) was at Pulse with his loving partner, Luis Daniel Wilson-Leon. Both men were killed.

Joel Rayon Paniagua (32) is said to have loved dancing, and is being remembered as humble and cheerful.

Eric Ivan Ortiz-Rivera (36) married his husband last year and worked at a Party City and the Sunglass Hut.

Luis Omar Ocasio-Capo (20) loved to dance and dreamed of becoming a performer.

KJ Morris (37) was a bouncer at Pulse nightclub. She was known for her excellent dancing and a smile that could light up a room.

Gilberto Ramon Silva Menendez (25) studied at Ana G Méndez University, and worked as a sales associate at Speedway.

Alejandro Barrios Martinez (21) was described by his family and friends as "always very positive."

Eddie Jamoldroy Justice (30) was an accountant and loved to make other people smile.

Jason Benjamin Josaphat (19) was an ambitious young man with many passions - including computers, athletics and photography.

Javier Jorge-Reyes (40) worked as a supervisor at Gucci, and studied at the Universidad del Sagrado Corazón.

Miguel Angel Honorato (30) was a resident of Apopka, Florida and worked for FajitaMex Mexican Catering.

Peter O Gonzalez-Cruz (22) worked at UPS and spent his high school years in New Jersey.

Mercedez Marisol Flores (26) was a student at Valencia Community College and worked at the local Target store.

Simon Adrian Carrillo Fernandez (31) had just returned from a holiday to Niagara Falls with his partner.

Deonka Deidra Drayton (32) was known as 'Dee Dee' and worked at Pulse nightclub.

Anthony Luis Laureano Disla (25) was a well-known drag artist in Orlando, performing as 'Alanis Laurell.'

Cory James Connell (21) was well-loved and described by his teachers as their "all-time favorite” student."

Luis Daniel Conde (39) was with his partner, Juan P Rivera Velazquez at Pulse. Both men were killed.

Juan Chevez-Martinez (25) was known by his colleagues as a kind and loving person.

Oscar A Aracena-Montero (26) was at Pulse nightclub with his partner.

Darryl Roman Burt II (29) was a financial aid officer at Keiser University, and described as a passionate volunteer.

Amanda Alvear (25) was a beloved sister and godmother.

Stanley Almodovar III (23) worked as a pharmacy technician and was known as "bubbly" and "down to earth."

With thanks to the The Human Rights Campaign