Here is the list of the Jewish exiles of the provinces who returned from their captivity to Jerusalem and to the other towns of Judah. They had been deported to Babylon by King Nebuchadnezzar.
Their leaders were Zerubbabel, Jeshua, Nehemiah, Seraiah, Reelaiah, Mordecai, Bilshan, Mispar, Bigvai, Rehum, and Baanah. This is the number of the men of Israel who returned from exile:
The family of Parosh - 2,172
The family of Shephatiah - 372
The family of Arah - 775
The family of Pahath-moab (descendants of Jeshua and Joab) - 2,812
The family of Elam - 1,254
The family of Zattu - 945
The family of Zaccai - 760
The family of Bani - 642
The family of Bebai - 623
The family of Azgad - 1,222
The family of Adonikam - 666
The family of Bigvai - 2,056
The family of Adin - 454
The family of Ater (descendants of Hezekiah) - 98
The family of Bezai - 323
The family of Jorah - 112
The family of Hashum - 223
The family of Gibbar - 95
The people of Bethlehem - 123
The people of Netophah - 56
The people of Anathoth - 128
The people of Beth-azmaveth - 42
The peoples of Kiriath-jearim, Kephirah, and Beeroth - 743
The peoples of Ramah and Geba - 621
The people of Micmash - 122
The peoples of Bethel and Ai - 223
The citizens of Nebo - 52
The citizens of Magbish - 156
The citizens of Elam - 1,254
The citizens of Harim - 320
The citizens of Lod, Hadid, and Ono - 725
The citizens of Jericho - 345
The citizens of Senaah - 3,630
These are the priests who returned from exile: The family of Jedaiah (through the line of Jeshua) - 973
The family of Immer - 1,052
The family of Pashhur - 1,247
The family of Harim - 1,017
These are the Levites who returned from exile: The families of Jeshua and Kadmiel (descendants of Hodaviah) - 74
The singers of the family of Asaph - 128
The gatekeepers of the families of Shallum, Ater, Talmon, Akkub, Hatita, and Shobai - 139
The descendants of the following Temple servants returned from exile: Ziha, Hasupha, Tabbaoth,
Keros, Siaha, Padon,
Lebanah, Hagabah, Akkub,
Hagab, Shalmai, Hanan,
Giddel, Gahar, Reaiah,
Rezin, Nekoda, Gazzam,
Uzza, Paseah, Besai,
Asnah, Meunim, Nephusim,
Bakbuk, Hakupha, Harhur,
Bazluth, Mehida, Harsha,
Barkos, Sisera, Temah,
Neziah, and Hatipha.
The descendants of these servants of King Solomon returned from exile: Sotai, Sophereth, Peruda,
Jaalah, Darkon, Giddel,
Shephatiah, Hattil, Pokereth-hazzebaim, and Ami.
In all, the Temple servants and the descendants of Solomon's servants numbered 392.
Another group returned to Jerusalem at this time from the towns of Tel-melah, Tel-harsha, Kerub, Addan, and Immer. However, they could not prove that they or their families were descendants of Israel.
This group consisted of the families of Delaiah, Tobiah, and Nekoda -- a total of 652 people.
Three families of priests -- Hobaiah, Hakkoz, and Barzillai -- also returned to Jerusalem. (This Barzillai had married a woman who was a descendant of Barzillai of Gilead, and he had taken her family name.)
But they had lost their genealogical records, so they were not allowed to serve as priests.
The governor would not even let them eat the priests' share of food from the sacrifices until there was a priest who could consult the LORD about the matter by means of sacred lots.
So a total of 42,360 people returned to Judah,
in addition to 7,337 servants and 200 singers, both men and women.
They took with them 736 horses, 245 mules,
435 camels, and 6,720 donkeys.
When they arrived at the Temple of the LORD in Jerusalem, some of the family leaders gave generously toward the rebuilding of God's Temple on its original site,
and each leader gave as much as he could. The total of their gifts came to 61,000 gold coins, 6,250 pounds of silver, and 100 robes for the priests.
So the priests, the Levites, the singers, the gatekeepers, the Temple servants, and some of the common people settled in villages near Jerusalem. The rest of the people returned to the other towns of Judah from which they had come.