So, the above are kanji that I encountered in different vocabulary naturally by consuming Japanese language.
Normally I just add all kanji to my study program, but I avoid adding kanji that are not really used outside of just a single word or a couple of words, as learning them separately is pointless (i.e. I learn that particular kanji as a part of the word and not separately). Same goes for nanori kanji, they are essentially just phonetic outside of few exceptions, so learning them separately is pointless as well.
So, with that in mind - a question to people who are much further in Japanese them me - are any of the above kanji actually useful on their own?