This page indicates that lavender oil is the only oil of your list not toxic for cats.
The Pet Poison Helpline is of particular intetest because it lists the different ways cats might come in contact with essential oils (touching, ingesting, breathing in) and how it affects the cat. They also have a list of symptoms to watch out for.
Please keep in mind that cats absorb toxins over the soles of their feet and lack a certain enzyme to break down those toxins, causing them to accumulate ovrr time. So you don't want to use any toxic oils in mopping, even in small quantities.
If the reason for adding essential oils to the mopping water is to have your rooms smell pleasant to you, I suggest using a passive oil diffuser instead. Don't place it too close to your cats favorite spot or cat tree. If you block direct access to the dispenser, you could even try using oils toxic to cats in small quantities. If the cat shows any negative symptoms like coughing or heavy breathing, remove the oil immediately and air the room.
Please keep in mind that a cats sense of smell is much better than that of a human. Fragranting the air too much might cause your cat discomfort, no matter if the oil is toxic or not.