So the nextg day I searched to find any list that grouped the alignment stars by Constellation, which seems to me the easiest way to identify a useful alignment star! So I looked up all the stars in the list and put them in an Excel Spreadsheet that I could then sort by Constellation. Then I also added the Greek Letter designation for each star so that I could easily find them in my Pocket Atlas, regardless of whether the name is shown on the atlas or not (and a number are not).
I thought perhaps someone else would benefit from this, so I have attached a copy. There are two worksheets, one for the first list, and then for the second list of stars on the other side of the meridian.
While I think it's pretty accurate, I do not guarantee it is error free, or that it lists every star in the Nexstar list. But since it's a spreadsheet, it can easily be modified! You can also let me know if you find errors and I'll be happy to correct and repost.
I will have to say, a couple of those stars are very hard to find...many did not show up in Sky Safari+ when searched for, and a number didn't even show up in a Google search! Almost no one references Mululizu...the more common name is Zuben Elakribi. Only after multiple searches did I find a page that referenced it as Mulu-lizi! Why the heck would Nexstar use such an obscure name??!! There were a couple other stars that I discovered had multiple names, and the one Nexstar showed did not seem to be the more common names. Made this process harder than it really needed to be!