So, in Amazing Spider-Man 655, we saw Peter dreaming, as a result of Martha Jameson's death, of all those close, and not so close to him, who died due to some relation to Spider-Man.

In the panel, that appeared in the issue, we saw a number of these dead guys, some of whom seemed unfamiliar ( Not true of everybody though ) Anyway, Marvel has released a list of these characters. See below. :

SALLY AVRIL (first appeared in AMAZING FANTASY #15, died in UNTOLD TALES OF SPIDER-MAN #13): A high school classmate of Peter Parker’s who turned him down for a date then later adopted the costumed identity Bluebird in hopes of becoming Spider-Man’s sidekick; killed in a car accident speeding to the sight of a battle involving Spider-Man to take photographs.
NICK KATZENBERG (first appeared in WEB OF SPIDER-MAN #50, died off-panel): Daily Bugle photographer with low moral character who once attempted to blackmail Peter Parker, but also developed an odd friendship with him; died from lung cancer brought on by years of cigarette smoking.

NATHAN LUBENSKY (first appeared in SPECTACULAR SPIDER-MAN #47, died in AMAZING SPIDER-MAN #336): Retirement home resident who met, fell in love with and became engaged to Peter Parker’s Aunt May; killed by The Vulture while helping Spider-Man save May, whom the villain had taken hostage. 
UNNAMED WAITRESS (first appeared in AMAZING SPIDER-MAN #559, died in AMAZING SPIDER-MAN #560): Waitress who filed a lawsuit against actor Bobby Carr after he lost his temper with her and was killed by his super-power stalker, Paper Doll.



CAPTAIN GEORGE STACY (first appeared in AMAZING SPIDER-MAN #56, died in AMAZING SPIDER-MAN #90): Heroic police captain, father to Peter Parker’s girlfriend, Gwen Stacy, and a paternal mentor to Peter himself; killed saving a child from falling debris during a fight between Spider-Man and Doctor Octopus, revealing to Peter he knew his secret identity and asking him to take care of Gwen with his last words.
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BILLY CONNORS (first appeared in AMAZING SPIDER-MAN #6 (1963), died in AMAZING SPIDER-MAN #631): Son of Doctor Curtis Connors, aka The Lizard; killed by The Lizard, who was attempting to subvert the Connors persona. 
MARTHA CONNORS (first appeared in AMAZING SPIDER-MAN #6 (1963), died in SPIDER-MAN: QUALITY OF LIFE #4): Wife of Doctor Curtis Connors, aka The Lizard; died from complications during an operation after contracting terminal cancer. 
JACKPOT I (first appeared in AMAZING SPIDER-MAN FREE COMIC BOOK DAY #1, died in AMAZING SPIDER-MAN ANNUAL #35): Alana Jobson, powerless vigilante who acquired a super hero registration identity and fought crime alongside Spider-Man; died from an overdose of Mutant Growth Hormone, which she was taking in order to simulate powers. 
LISA PARFREY (first appeared in AMAZING SPIDER-MAN #550, died in AMAZING SPIDER-MAN #551): New York City mayoral candidate; killed by Menace, who was seeking to secure the position for her father, Bill Holister, without his knowledge. 
SEAN ROCKWELL (first appeared and died in AMAZING SPIDER-MAN #560): Corrupt manager of actor Bobby Carr who was secretly supplying DB publisher Dexter Bennett with his whereabouts in order to provide invasive coverage; killed by Paper Doll.

THE SCARLET SPIDER (first appeared in AMAZING SPIDER-MAN #149, died in SPIDER-MAN #75): Ben Reilly, a clone of Peter Parker who had both his own costumed identity and also briefly became Spider-Man while Peter was retired; killed in battle by Norman Osborn, aka The Green Goblin, and combusted afterwards due to his unstable genetic makeup. 
KAINE (first appeared in WEB OF SPIDER-MAN #118, “died” in AMAZING SPIDER-MAN #635): Imperfect clone of Peter Parker who served as both an enemy and ally to him and Ben Reilly over the years; took Peter’s place and sacrificed his life to the Kraven Family to buy Spider-Man time, but unbeknownst to anybody, apparently survived. 
NED LEEDS (first appeared in AMAZING SPIDER-MAN #18 (1963), died in SPIDER-MAN VERSUS WOLVERINE #1): Reporter for the Daily Bugle, husband of Betty Brant, and sometime rival to Peter Parker; framed as the original Hobgoblin and killed by agents of The Foreigner, hired by Jack O’Lantern to secure the villainous identity for himself. 
TIM HAMMOND (first appeared in AMAZING SPIDER-MAN #248, died off-panel): Young boy suffering from leukemia that claimed to be Spider-Man’s biggest fan and got to meet his hero—who told him his origin and even unmasked—shortly before his death. 
SPIDER-WOMAN III (first appeared in SPECTACULAR SPIDER-MAN #262, died in AMAZING SPIDER-MAN #634): Mattie Franklin, young woman with similar powers to Spider-Man who donned her own costume and took over the Spider-Woman identity; sacrificed by Sasha Kravinoff to bring her son, Vladimir, back from the dead. 
FREDERICK FOSWELL (first appeared in AMAZING SPIDER-MAN #10 (1963), died in AMAZING SPIDER-MAN #52): Daily Bugle reporter who became the criminal Big Man, but later reformed; stepped in front of a bullet intended for Bugle publisher J. Jonah Jameson out of gratitude for having received a second chance. 
LANCE BANNON (first appeared in AMAZING SPIDER-MAN #208, died in WEB OF SPIDER-MAN #114): Daily Bugle photographer and Peter Parker’s chief professional rival; killed by the villain F.A.C.A.D.E after learning his or her secret identity.

GWEN STACY (first appeared in AMAZING SPIDER-MAN #31 (1963), died in AMAZING SPIDER-MAN #121): Peter Parker’s longtime girlfriend and perhaps the love of his life; kidnapped by The Green Goblin and thrown off the Brooklyn Bridge, her neck snapped when Spider-Man attempted to save her. 
THE BOOKIE first appeared in AMAZING SPIDER-MAN FREE COMIC BOOK DAY #1, died in AMAZING SPIDER-MAN #582): John Ladue, fixture at the Bar With No Name who took bets on superhuman conflicts; attempting to repay a debt to Spider-Man, who had saved his life, The Bookie ran afoul of police officers attempting to frame the hero for a murder spree and was killed to keep him quiet. 
CAPTAIN JEAN DEWOLFF (first appeared in MARVEL TEAM-UP #48, died in SPECTACULAR SPIDER-MAN #107): New York Police Captain and public supporter of Spider-Man, the only one he had on the force; shot by her unbalance lover Sergeant Stanley Carter, aka the Sin-Eater, who had become unhinged following the death of his partner and felt Jean represented the system that had allowed the crime. 
EZEKIEL (first appeared in AMAZING SPIDER-MAN #471, died in AMAZING SPIDER-MAN #508): A wealthy man endowed with mystical spider powers that mentored Peter Parker and attempted to help him develop his connection to his own abilities; nearly sacrificed Peter to supernatural beings in order to keep his powers, but changed his mind and gave his own life instead. 
OKSANA SYTSEVICH (first appeared in AMAZING SPIDER-MAN #617, died in AMAZING SPIDER-MAN #625): Waitress who fell in love with and married the original Rhino; killed by the new Rhino to lure his reformed predecessor out of retirement.

BENNETT BRANT (first appeared and died in AMAZING SPIDER-MAN #11): Brother of Betty Brant who owed a gambling debt to criminal Blackie Glaxton; shot during a fight between Glaxton’s gang, Doctor Octopus and Spider-Man.
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CHARLEMAGNE (first appeared and died in SPIDER-MAN VERSUS WOLVERINE #1): Skilled mercenary and assassin who was among Wolverine’s best friends; on the run, “Charlie” sought a quick death by interjecting herself into a fight between Wolverine and Spider-Man, taking a punch meant for the former by the latter, and becoming the only person Peter Parker has ever killed.

More on Marvel.com: http://marvel.com/news/story/15328/amazing_spider-man_book_of_the_dead#ixzz1FzmHxSaV 

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