Frick stated: "Himmler, in June of 1934, was able to convince Hitler that Roehm wanted to start a putsch. The Fuehrer ordered Himmler to suppress the putsch, which was supposed to take place at the Tegernsee, where all the SA leaders were coming together. For Northern Germany, the Fuehrer gave the order to suppress the putsch to Goering
Pursuant to this order, a great many people - something like a hundred, and possibly more-accused of high treason, were arrested and even put to death. They were just killed on the spot. Many people were killed - I don't know how many -who actually did not have anything to do with the putsch. People who just weren't liked very well as, for instance, Schleicher, the former Reich Chancellor, were killed. Schleicher's wife was also killed. Also Gregor Strasser, who had been the Reich Organisation Leader and second man in the Party after Hitler. Strasser, at the time he was murdered, was not active in political affairs any more; he had however separated himself from the Fuehrer in November or December of 1932."
If Frick didn't know (or wasn't talking!) the total, or who they all were, then I doubt anyone has a full accounting of that night's activities.
I'd think there would be an accounting list somewhere for those who were accussed of High Treason unless only verbal orders were issued.
But for the rest of those killed that night because someone in the NSDAP didn't "like" them.. well, they're regulated to the ash heap of history and it's doubful that a complete comliation of their stories will ever be made.