There is no complete list of survivors of the Bataan march. The reason that there is no complete list is because some survivors managed to blend in with locals, found other ways to escape and many others were never accounted for.
The Bataan Death March started after the surrender of the Bataan Peninsula. The soldiers became prisoners of war and were forced to march 65 miles to prison camps. Some 75,000 Filipino and American Soldiers were forced to march in severe heat while receiving very little food and water. The marchers were also subjected to cruel treatment by the Japanese guards. In total 10,000 soldiers lost their lives.