I don't think there is one, at least I haven't seen it, but I'm sure people can contribute some directly to this thread, like Lorna!
(Some of these are disputed claims, whether the author invented them or brought it into popularity as a name).
http://www.behindthename.com/names/usage/literature has some of them but not all.
Others after searching Behindthename:
Possibly: Fiona (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fiona)
Amaya was created in 1879 by Spanish author Francisco Navarro Villoslada for the title character of his novel Amaya which deals with the conversion of the Basques to Christianity.
Geraldine began life as an adjective meaning “of the Fitzgerald family.” It was used in 1540 by Henry Howard Surrey to describe the Lady Elizabeth Fitzgerald. It was used occasionally by other poets until the early 19th century. One of the earliest noted bearers was Geraldina Eugenia Wallace (1811-1820) and Geraldine Jewsbury (born 1812). It was popularized by a character in Samuel Taylor Coleridge’s Christabel (1816).