Unfortunately, there is not one like that. That would be frankly unmanageable and insane to expect of anyone. You would need to add people to the category like Gurney suggested, and if everyone added the people they came across who died of TB we might have a partial list. Possibly. You’ll never be able to come across every single person. Not to mention trying to search that would be absolutely awful.
Per the CDC at the time (1912?), the total number of people who died of tuberculosis in 1910 alone was 86,309 people. Newark, NJ had some of the highest death rates from TB in 1910. https://www.cdc.gov/nchs/data/vsushistorical/mortstatbl_1910.pdf Document page 31 PDF page 28.
1920’s stats were published in 1922. Pages 36-39 give an accurate report of TB throughout the previous decade. Relatively, the PDF Pages are 34-37. 99,916 people died of TB in 1920 alone. And that’s just what was reported. https://www.cdc.gov/nchs/data/vsushistorical/mortstatsh_1920.pdf
“It was estimated that, at the turn of the century, 450 Americans died of tuberculosis every day, most between ages 15 and 44.” http://exhibits.hsl.virginia.edu/alav/tuberculosis/ citing Shiela M Rothman
Have you considered trying to extrapolate the data based on your other matches? Or just doing some good old fashioned searching?
ETA: Forgot second link, is now added.