Abu At-Tufayl Aamir Bin Waathilah and he was from those known by his kunyah. Among the Sahaabah he was the last one to pass away.
Sa’eed Bin Yar’boo. It is said that he died in Makkah. And it is said that he died in Madeenah and this (report) is more well-known.
Abdullaah Bin Amr Ibn Al-Aas. There is a difference of opinion about where he died [i.e. whether Makkah or elsewhere [Source: Al-Quraa Li-Qaasid Ummul Quraa’ page 662-663)]
Shaikh Muhammad Baazmool (may Allaah preserve him) said: I say, he (Abdullaah Bin Amr’s) death took place alongside the death of a group of Sahaabah. Al-Fairooz Aabaadiy [rahimahullaah (817AH)] mentioned this in his treatise titled: I’thaaratul Hujoon Li-ziyaaratil Hujoon.
Ham’nan Bin Awf, brother of Abdur-Rahmaan and Abdullaah -the two sons of Awf Bin Abdil Awf.
Khaalid Bin Asad Ibn Abee Ubay Al-Ayyas Bin Umayyah
Zayd Bin Ad-Dath’na
As-Sukraan Bin Amr Bin Abdi Shams Bin Abdi Wad
Shaybah Bin Uthmaan Bin Talhah and he was (also) called Ibn Abee Talhah
Safwaan Bin Umayyah bin Khalaf Bin Wahb Bin Hu’dhaa’fah Bin Jamh al-Jamhiy al-Qurashiy
Abdullah Bin Shihaab Bin Abdil Haarith Bin Zahra- the grandfather of Ibn Shihaab Az-Zuhriy
Abdullah Bin Amr Ibn Al-Aas
Abdullaah Bin Yasir al-Unsiy
Al-Ars Bin Qais Bin Saeed Ibn Al-Ar’qam Al-Kindiy
To be continued InShaaAllaah
[Source: Makkah Fee Hayaatil Ilm Wal Ulamaa’ Pages 23-24]