Although the list declares them all ''Turkish,'' envoys from Turkey, who yesterday specified 36 of the travellers as their citizens, would only add today that inquiries are continuing.
Some of the boatpeople possibly have the ethnicity of China's Uyghur Muslim minority, or are from Syria or originated in one or two former Soviet Union satellite states.
The leader and spokesman for the group was seen yesterday and today coaching the group. He appeared to be telling people what to say in interviews with envoys.
Except for him, all the travellers stayed silent for almost two days, keeping even restless children quiet and under control, then broke into tears when Turkish envoys arrived yesterday.
A man from Istanbul who accompanied the envoys appeared to be known by many in the travelling group. Just what his role may have been has yet to be clearly established.
Today the women were given mattresses, health products and other goods before they were transferred to a family shelter with the children, who number 86 and are mostly toddlers and babies.
Although photographers took shots of the children in police and Immigration trucks, Thai authorities have treated the group well so far.
A court appearance was scheduled for today. Most likely, the group will be kept in detention for a few days then deported.
With five envoys in Had Yai to deal with the issue, Turkey seems willing to take back any of the people who show a connection to the country.
According to police interviewers, the group claimed to have arrived in Thailand by sea and say they were then transported overland to a secret jungle camp, not far from the city of Had Yai.
It's believed hundreds of others have taken the same route and are still in the southern Thailand jungle, along with hundreds and possibly thousands of oppressed Rohingya Muslims from Burma.
The Rohingya have been trafficked in such numbers and with such ease that traffickers are now seeking other ''customers'' more widely and the group apprehended on Wednesday night is just one of many from other countries, investigators believe.
Unless Thailand's men in uniform actually do their jobs and intercept and arrest traffickers and their human chattel, the abysmal trade is likely to flourish and grow, Phuketwan has been told by people on all sides of the growing industry.
Police list of 'Turkish' Boatpeople Being Held in Thailand
Abdullah Muhamad, 25
Abdullah Abdullarh, 26
Marianisa, (no age given)