The Section 7 of the Mausala Parva of Mahabharata gives an account of those that survived the Yadu Massacre.
After Vasudeva's demise Arjuna takes care of the remaining people and it is he that performs the funeral rites of all the dead. Seven days from then he sets out with the citizens and others to Indraprastha.
Then Partha, more grieved than they, addressed those grieving and
cheerless citizens and officers who were more dead than alive, and
said these words that were well suited to the occasion: ‘I shall take
away with me the remnants of the Vrishnis and the Andhakas. The sea
will soon engulf this city. Equip all your cars and place on them all
your wealth. This Vajra (the grandson of Krishna) will be your king at
Shakraprastha. On the seventh day from this, at sunrise, we shall set
out. Make your preparations without delay.’
Here's an account of the people that went with him:
The son of Pandu, having next performed duly those sraddha rites that
are done to the dead, quickly set out on the seventh day, mounting on
his car. The widows of the Vrishni heroes, wailing aloud, followed
the high-souled son of Pandu. Dhananjaya, on cars drawn by bullocks
and mules and camels. All were in deep affliction.
The servants of the Vrishnis, their horsemen, and their car-warriors
too, followed the procession. The citizens and the inhabitants of the
country, at the command of Pritha’s son, set out at the same time and
proceeded, surrounding that cavalcade destitute of heroes and
numbering only women and the aged and the children.
The warriors who fought from the backs of elephants proceeded on
elephants as huge as hills. The foot-soldiers also set out, together
with the reserves.
The children of the Andhaka and the Vrishni races, all followed
Arjuna. The Brahmanas and Kshatriyas, and Vaisyas, and wealthy Sudras,
set out, keeping before them the 16,000 women that had formed
Vasudeva’s harem, and Vajra, the grandson of the intelligent Krishna.
The widows of the other heroes of the Bhoja, the Vrishni, and the
Andhaka races, lordless now, that set out with Arjuna, numbered many
However, on the path this procession is waylaid by Abhiras who carry off the women and wealth. Arjuna is unable to stop them and here is the final account of the survivors:
The high-souled one, taking with him the remnant of the Vrishni women,
and the wealth that was still with them, reached Kurukshetra. Thus
bringing with him the remnant of the Vrishnis. he established them at
He established the son of Kritavarma at the city called Marttikavat,
with the remnant of the women of the Bhoja king. Escorting the
remainder, with children and old men and women, the son of Pandu
established them, who were reft of heroes, in the city of
The dear son of Yuyudhana, with a company of old men and children and
women, the righteous-souled Arjuna established on the banks of the
The rule of Indraprastha was given to Vajra. The widows of Akrura then
desired to retire into the woods. Vajra asked them repeatedly to
desist, but they did not listen to him.
Rukmini, the princess of Gandhara, Saivya, Haimavati, and queen
Jamvabati ascended the funeral pyre. Satyabhama and other dear wives
of Krishna entered the woods, O king, resolved to set themselves to
the practice of penances.
They began to live on fruits and roots and pass their time in the
contemplation of Hari. Going beyond the Himavat, they took up their
abode in a place called Kalpa. Those men who had followed Arjuna from
Dwaravati, were distributed into groups, and bestowed upon Vajra.